The General Overseer, Divine Faith Evangelical Mission International, Proprietor Job Orphanage Home and Proprietor St. Stephen Trust Widows Home, all in Agbor, Ika south LGA of Delta state, Prophet Joseph Igbodo, has donated food items to the patients of Uweifo Orthopedic Nursing Home, Ewuru, Agbor. The Prophet of God also extended his philanthropic gesture to members of Uweifo Community, for their commitments in taking care of both the patients and the Orthopaedic Home effectively.

Prophet Igbodo with patients of the Uweifo Orthopaedic Home

Prophet Igbodo, who visited the Nursing home recently, was accompanied by some of his Pastors and church members. Addressing the elders and youths of the community who came out in their numbers to welcome him Prophet Joseph Igbodo thanked them for saving lives through their treatment of people with fractured or broken bones at a considerate cost, saying, “I am proud and happy to associate with the good people of Uweifo community, who through their humanitarian services have saved and are still saving lives at little or no cost”.
Continuing, he said, “I am always happy anytime I come here, because I love what the members of Uweifo community are doing. I am appealing that I should be part of this laudable project which has in no small measure contributed greatly to human lives. I commend our elders and all persons who are working tirelessly everyday to make sure that this Orthopedic Home does not go down”. Speaking further, he stated that he would continue to partner with the nursing home for the overall good of the people, emphasizing that the visit was not his first to the community, saying, “I will continue to visit as long as the Almighty God keeps me alive. It is my prayer that God will bring good men and women that will take it upon them to rebuild this Orthopedic Nursing Home.”
Items presented to the patients and the community during the visit includes; one cow, seven bags of rice, cartons of Indomie Noodles, Cartons of Caprisonne fruit drink, Rolls of toiletries, cartons of biscuits, cartons of soft drink, cartons of soap, packets of sweet and cartons of cheese balls.
Responding on behalf of Uweifo community, Mr. Benjamin Ogwu thanked Prophet Joseph Igbodo for his love for the community and the Orthopaedic home. He prayed God to keep blessing him and members of his ministry saying, that they are grateful for the assistance which the Prophet has been giving to them, urging him not to relent in his good work. Mr. Ogwu, noted that the Orthopaedic nursing home which is well known for her professional and traditional method of treating and healing broken bones, is in dire need of assistance from the government, particularly in the area of constructing water bore hole for the home, carry out infrastructural projects, renovation of the hospital buildings and acquiring of modern orthopedic hospital equipments.
While appreciating Prophet Igbodo, Mr. Stanley Arewe, a native of Ekpon in Edo State, on behalf of all the patients at the home, expressed their gratitude to the man of God for putting smiles on their faces, saying that they will remain grateful to him. They prayed that God should bless Prophet Igbodo abundantly.
The Uweifo community in appreciation of what Prophet Joseph Igbodo has done presented twenty big tubers of yam and a bag of garri to him.
Personalities at the occasion include; Pa Johnson Ogwu (The community head), Pa Charles Abudah, Pa Okafor Egede, Pa Stephen Orewa, Pa John Okwuonyeche, Mr. Johnson Ashien, Pa Joshua Uwajeren, Mr. Ben Ogwu, Mr. Chuks Ashien. Others include; Prophet and Rev. (Mrs.) Joseph Igbodo, Pastor Micheal Okwuoma, Pastor Austine Ikpegbu, Pastor Osas Imas, Pastor Friday Nzeh, Pastor Patrick Ojougboh, Pastor David Umoren, Brother Chuks, Mr. Abel Unah, Mr. Patrick Ewiwile, Elder Momodu, Members of Divine Faith Evangelical Mission Agbor, Patients of Uweifo Orthopaedic Nursing Home, among many others.
In his act of benevolence to humanity, Prophet Joseph Igbodo, on Friday September 29, 2017, visited some primary schools at Ewuru and Alisimie Communities in Ika South Local Government Area of Delta State, where he donated educational materials and toiletries to pupils of the schools.
At Uweifo Primary School, Ewuru, the Head teacher and Assistant Head teacher; Mrs. S. O. Ogboi and Mr. F. O. Akapor respectively, in appreciation of the books donated to the pupils, thanked and prayed God to bless the prophet, whom they noted was an old teacher of the school in 1978. Also at Udumukwu Primary School, Alisimie, which also benefited from the gesture, The Head teacher of the school, Mrs. V. O. Aliagwu, while appreciating the contributions of Prophet Joseph Igbodo for the educational development of the pupils, prayed God to grant him good health and long life to enable him fulfill his mission and calling.

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