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Group conducts medical outreach in Southern Kaduna

A faith based organization Charismatic Renewal Ministries, CRM has embarked on a week-long free medical outreach in southern part of Kaduna State as part of its global and local initiative towards giving back to the society for sustainable growth and Development.

The week-long event is simultaneously taking place in Zonkwa, Kafanchan and Gidan waya in collaboration with other missionary groups such as Raymond Akor Memorial Foundation, RAMF, Odumehaje Christian Medical Mission, OCMM and Helping Team International, HTI.

Declaring the outreach open at the Throne Room Trust Ministries, Kafanchan, the Executive Director, Missions Aid International Dr. Emmanuel Nwachukwu said the program with the theme “Great Kaduna Visitation” is parts of the ministry’s mission to minister to the souls and peculiar health needs of the people to enhance their wellbeing for socio-economic development.

According to Dr. Nwachukwu, the event was also Targeted at providing free medical services such as surgeries and drugs administration, alongside vocational empowerment programs, and Evangelical Project is geared toward uplifting the spiritual and social life of the people for them to be self reliant.

He regretted that the region had witnessed series of hardship in recent past as a result of the challenges of insecurity hence the initiative to cushion the effect by paying attention to the vulnerable and the needy among them which he pointed was in line with the gospel of Christ.

“we are here to let the world know that Jesus is lord, those who are on ground in kafanchan, Zonkwa, Gidan waya, and also through the media to minister to people who have no help, there are idps, orphans, widows amongst others to let them know the love of God,

On his part, the state Overseer, Charismatic Renewal Ministries in Kaduna pastor, Joel Madaki said the outreach was in pursuance of the mandate of the church which is to go out into the world and emancipate.

Reporting by Daniel Karlmax, editing by Daniel Adejo