Exceptional Genesis: Muslims Laud Prophet Oladele Israel As He Distributes Palliatives To Over 300 People For 30 Days

-Prophet Israel Oladele Ogundipe

Exceptional Man of God, Prophet Israel Oladele Ogundipe has displayed his philanthropic gestures again. Known for his prompt humanitarian services the reason he kept prospering in every of his endeavours. Though he prefers to make this unknown to the public but a proverb that says ‘Your good deeds will surely reveal you”.

His love for people around him especially from the Islamic religion should be unveiled for the general public, followers and the entire congregations to know how God has been using Genesis to reach out to the masses and the less privileged in the society.

I would beseech you not to be among the critics of good work happening within or far from you.

Whenever you see people who are blessed with awe-inspiring qualities, always appraise them and it will tell more about you as a person and shows how sincere you are.
As a matter of fact, Genesis is amongst the naturally gifted givers in our society without laundering his gestures.

When speaking with his media aide, Oluwaseun Fabiyi, he made it known that during the just concluded Ramadan fasting, he ensured that not less than 300 Muslim brothers and sisters, aged men and woman were properly taken care of by sending fasting reliefs and palliatives also dedicated some amount of money to each an everyone of them in order to be used for fasting dinner, and this he did for the whole 30 days.

Amongst the beneficiaries came to the headquarters of his church situated at Dalemo Alakuko to get their palliatives and the cash while others are visited and got theirs in their various abodes. He also dedicated some days, weeks just to render special prayers for them. He also promises never to relent in doing good as it was part of Jesus Christ special assignment during his time, to further buttress this; he illustrated how Jesus Christ fed 5000 people with just five loaves of bread and two fishes. Says there’s a blessing in giving wholeheartedly and not grudgingly.

Fabiyi Oluwaseun
Media Aide.

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