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FR MBAKA SENDS TRAILER LOAD OF MATERIAL RELIEFS TO INTERNALLY DISPLACED PERSONS IN JOS REFUGEE CAMP

FR MBAKA SENDS TRAILER LOAD OF MATERIAL RELIEFS TO INTERNALLY DISPLACED PERSONS IN JOS REFUGEE CAMP

On 25th March 2015, Rev. Fr. Mbaka, the Spiritual Director of Adoration Ministry Enugu Nigeria, sent as a trailer Load of such material reliefs, comprising of clothes, shoes, yam, bags of rice and so on was to one of the refugee camps in the North, precisely in Jos, as relief materials for the suffering citizens of this country in the camp.
AMEN Super News was at the CKC Parish compound where members of the stewards of Adoration Ministry Enugu Nigeria gathered in large numbers to arrange the items in bags for ease of convenience of delivery to the North. The items which were fully stock packed inside one of the rooms in the parish house from where the members of the steward ministry transfer them to the parish compound where they were arranged and loaded inside the trailer truck.

cross section of adoration steward arranging the relief materials

cross section of adoration steward arranging the relief materials

In an interview, the female leader of the Ministry, Miss Udoka, expressed her appreciation to the Spiritual Director of Adoration Ministry on behalf of the stewards for his magnanimity towards the victim of the troubled North part of the country.
Some of the Hausa People that came to carry the relief items spoke to AMEN SuperNews. One of them Abubakar who happened to be the Lorry Driver’s assistant stated that Fr. Mbaka is one priest who is more popular in the north than here in the East. He stated that although he is a Muslim, Fr Mbaka’s charity and care for the poor are great virtues that he and his brother Moselems admire as he doesn’t draw discriminate against people based on their origin, and religion when he embarks on his charity works. He stated that the conditions of the Nigerians in the regugee camps in the North are pitiable and that they will be greatly relieved when they receive the gifts. He expressed hope that one day, Fr. Mbaka would visit them in the North where many people are desirous of seeing him stressing that the Easterners do not value him as they do in the North.

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