Compassion for Christ: Pastor Ashimolowo feeds 3,000 households, leads 2,000 to Christ at Ikorodu outreach (PHOTOS)

Compassion of Christ: Pastor Ashimolowo feeds 3,000 households, leads 2,000 to Christ at Ikorodu outreach

In Ikorodu, Lagos, during the Compassion for Christ outreach, Matthew Ashimolowo, Senior Pastor of Kingsway International Christian Center, demonstrated his compassion for the community by donating food and clothing to 3,000 households.

On the first night of the crusade, 2,000 people, according to Ashimolowo, dedicated their lives to Christ despite the rain. The Punch reports that this was spoken by the well-known man of God to reporters.

“Two thousand souls gave their lives to Christ in the middle of the rain. This morning I think we have served about 20 to 30,000 people with food and clothing.

“I don’t know what will be happening tomorrow as they now know that we are for real and that we will be distributing rice beans, sugar, salt, ground nut oil, soap and buckets”

It was gathered that doctors carried out surgeries for hernia, appendicitis, and lumps at the medical facility in the Ikorodu Hospital.

In an earlier report, Ashimolowo said he drew the inspiration from Canadian-based twin preachers Steve and Sam Mensah, who had engaged in several rural outreach programs in Ghana, Premium Times reported.

Ashimolowo announces special crusade to help poor Nigerians

According to reports, between November 6 and November 11, 2023, Pastor Ashimolowo would launch a new crusade whose main goal is to aid impoverished Nigerians, particularly those living in rural regions.

It was also discovered that the cost of the campaign ranges from N700 million to N1 billion. Food items, such as hundreds of sacks of rice and garri, soaps, vegetable oils, etc., have been bought and will be given to the less fortunate Nigerians.

He went on to say that doctors have been employed to give the public free medical care and procedures, and that N160 million worth of medication has been bought.