Hardship: How to locate, benefit from Living Faith Church’s care centres nationwide

Having declared that Nigeria needed help to get back on track, Bishop David Oyedepo disclosed last Sunday that the Living Faith Church (Winners’ Chapel) has opened several outlets to care for the needy.

The centres christened Kingdom Care outlets are expected to help mitigate the current economic hardship in the country.

The Kingdom Care outlets will reach out to the needy through its Winners Satellite Fellowship (WSF) across Nigeria, with Oyedepo saying;

“If your vehicle broke down on the highway, it is not a thing of shame asking for help. It is not a weakness to ask for help when needed.”

Those in need can reach out to the churches for more information on how to get the palliatives.

It was reported that Nigeria is facing unprecedented economic hardship that has left millions of its citizens struggling to make ends meet. From buying cheap fuel at N189 per litre, to N600 and above, to paying far more for fewer units of electricity, life is now unbearable for most Nigerians.

Governors of the 36 states of the federation had in a statement also said they have been introducing different strategies and measures to end the current economic hardship and food crisis in their states.

The Nigeria Governors’ Forum, NGF, in a report released by its Acting Head of Media, Halimah Salihu Ahmed, on Sunday, stated that the governors were dedicated to alleviating the pain and suffering of citizens nationwide.

Living Faith Church Worldwide is an international Evangelical charismatic Christian denomination, with its headquarters located in Ota, Nigeria.

Source: Vanguard News