NGOs offer free medical treatment in Zaria, alleviate the plight of widows

NGOs offer free medical treatment in Zaria, alleviate the plight of widows

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By Olivia Obijiaku 

No fewer than ten thousand persons benefited on daily basis from two partners, Brother Paul Legacy, and Solution and Miracle Ministry, aka Solution Ground, two  Non-Governmental Organization (NGO), during the ongoing free treatment at Rehoboth Christian Assembly (RCA), Samaru and First Africa Church Benin City, Zaria respectively as facilitated by the Sabon Gari Chapter of Christian Association of Nigeria, (CAN).

Sensitization exercise

The three week exercise which commenced on Monday, 18th July and billed to end on Sunday, 7th August, 2022 also featured treatment of various ailments with food supplements which resulted in testimonies of healing of long and short time sufferers of cancer, diabetes, piles, High Blood Pressure, ulcers among others. 

In addition to the free treatment is the distribution of rice, maize and money to over two hundred and fifty widows in a bid to share the love of Jesus with them and to further alleviate their plights especially as it relates to harsh economic realities in the country.    

In an interview with the representative of Solution and Miracle Ministry, Mr. Terzuwgde Paul Ageda, gathered that “the products are like a cleanser for the human system for everyone’s benefit. People who have used it come back with results because their body system will confirm its healing. It does not have side effect because it is food supplement. So, it is God’s work and He is the One in control. Our phone numbers are on the free cards we give before treatment so that people can reach us anytime they want.” 

Sharing God’s love with widows

On the reason behind assisting widows, Mr. Ageda explained that it is their ways of cushioning the present day hardship specially felt by vulnerable groups like widows, adding that they also offer employment from time to time.

A cross section of beneficiaries

On his part, a representative of Brother Paul Legacy, Mr. Victor Agbor, revealed that the four year non-governmental organization is motivated to help the needy to remain healthy via their products as God has inspired them to. He said the NAFDAC certified products which are also available for sale are taken from one location to another explaining that they may be purchased thereafter from their sole office in Nassarawa State and that they do not have any distributor within the country.    

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