Coronavirus: Dunamis Church Donates Preventive Kits To FCTA
As part of its cooperate social responsibility, the Dunamis International Gospel Church has donated assorted precautionary kits to the Federal Capital Territory Administration to contain the spread of the coronavirus in the territory.
Making the presentation to FCT Minister of State, Senior Pastor, Paul Eneche, said the donation was in line with the teachings of Jesus Christ who made life meaningful for the common man, stressed that the fight against coronavirus should not be left for government alone, hence the intervention of the church.
Pastor Eneche who commended the efforts being made by government at all levels in the battle against the COVID-19 pandemic, noted that the church would not only pray against it but assist government in whatever means to overcome it.
“We as a church came to see the FCT Minister of State, in the light of the current situation of the global pandemic of COVID-19. We have seen the devastation it has caused around the world and the emergency efforts put in place by the government. We are not just going to pray and trust in God to save us, but we must come out to support the constituted authorities,” Eneche said.
Receiving the safety kits on behalf of the administration, FCT Minister of State, Dr. Ramatu Tijjani Aliyu expressed optimism that Nigeria would overcome Coronavirus with discipline and commitment from all.
Dr Aliyu who commended the Dunamis church for showing an exemplary leadership Quality, called on other religious and corporate bodies to do same as government is doing everything possible to overcome the situation.
” This is a trying period for all of us. However, in this trying moment, you have exhibited another leadership quality. We don’t have to wait for the government alone to do all the things required for us to curtain this disease… I understands that both of you (Paul and Becky Eneche) are medical doctors. We have overcome before, and we shall overcome again.
Safety kits donated include 20 cartons of hand sanitizer, 4 cartons of hand gloves, and 7 packets of face mask.
Meanwhile, the church has equally donated medical equipment and materials to Primary Health Care Centre, Lugbe in Abuja Municipal Area Council (AMAC).
The items include 8 units hospital beds and mattresses, 2 units height measuring stick, 1 unit examination couch, 2 units diagnostics set, 3 units accosson sphygmomanometer, 1 standard unit of micro haematoent centrifuge, 1 standard unit of gynae couch among other