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CAC City of David and KOA Foundation takes palliative to CAC Sanngo DCC Headquarters



In a bid to mitigate the hardship people are facing in a time like this, Christ Apostolic Church, City of David, United Kingdom and Kofo Asaaju (KOA) Foundation last Sunday distributed palliatives to members of CAC Sanngo DCC headquarters, Ibadan.


Each palliative package contained a sizeable bag of rice, beans, two packets of spaghetti, vegetable oil, two tomato paste and seasoning.


KOA Foundation which is a registered non governmental organization is pioneered by Lady Evangelist 'Toyin Oluwaniyi-Asaaju, wife of the Minister in Charge of CAC City of David, Pastor Isaac Bolarinwa Asaaju. KOA Foundation was established in 2018 to support families in areas of health and mental wellness.


Pastor Asaaju told CAC News that CAC City of David and KOA Foundation have been supporting the poor and needy in different states in Nigeria and their focus is to reach out to Christ Apostolic Church assemblies in all 36 states in Nigeria.


He noted that KOA Foundation intends to cover more states in Nigeria provided they can identify more Christ Apostolic Church assemblies with good structures to support in reaching out to widows, physically  and mentally challenged people.


Pastor Asaaju further said that in line with World Health Organisation, Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) and  government directives, KOA Foundation intends to ensure good hand hygiene, and strict adherence to social distancing when palliative packages are distributed at designated Christ Apostolic Church assemblies within states.


He also said that: "One of our CAC members at Lagos CAC Bethel recently reached out to us through Facebook soliciting for help to buy Sewing machine in order to put food on the table for her siblings after the demise of her parents. To the glory of God CAC City of David London UK was able to purchase a brand new Butterfly machine and delivered to the assembly pastor in order to present it to the woman.This was done second week of February 2021."

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