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Prophet TB Joshua’s Team Donate N1 Million, 300 Bags Of Rice To Muslim Communities

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TRIXX NG reports that the team of late Prophet TB Joshua has continued the legacy of the philanthropic man of God as they stormed a Muslim community to donate N1 million and over 300 bags of rice to a muslim communities that had the blind, lepers and physically challenged.

In a post on the ministry’s facebook page, it was made known that the man of God has been supporting that community for over 15 years and that he paid the school fees of their children when he was alive.

The people of the community expressed shock upon hearing about the demise of the man of God who has been of great help to the community

Read the ministry’s post below

EMMANUEL TV TEAM ON MISSION OF CHARITY REACHES OKO BABA!

In celebration of the life and legacy of Prophet TB Joshua, the Emmanuel TV Team continued its mission of charity to less privileged communities in Lagos State, Nigeria. The last port of call was Oko Baba – another Muslim community comprising of the blind, lepers and physically challenged.

Muhammed Baba, the Secretary of Oko Baba, explained how the whole community was in mourning upon hearing of the news of Prophet TB Joshua’s divine call home. “Prophet TB Joshua is a Christian but he never discriminated against anyone based on religion; he helped all. He has been supporting our community for the last fifteen years. He sponsored our children’s education. He bought us school uniforms. He even gave us a bus to assist in our transportation! We are eternally grateful for all he has done for us.”

The Emmanuel TV Team assured the community that the ministry of charity would continue and gave them 300 bags of rice alongside a cash gift of N1,000,000. Thank You, Jesus Christ!

“Giving offers us the opportunity to reshape our destiny.” – TB Joshua

https://web.facebook.com/tbjministries/posts/4388939851226757

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