Heal the World Movement in partnership with the Ikeja Crystal Lions club has celebrated her annual home day and as well fed homeless members of the public.
The Home day, which has been characterized with a celebration of love and goodness to several Homes, orphanages and beneficiaries of Heal the World Movement is one out of her many extensions of kindness to members of the public. The event which is best expressed through followup checks on homes and orphanages under her care with a plan in place, for all homes to go with provisions and gift items after the event.
Speaking yesterday at the movement secretariat as the meeting commenced, the President of Heal the World Movement, Dr. Tola Olukilede expressed his great delight in the creativity deployed into the celebration of this year’s Home day as members of the Ikeja Crystal Lions Club honoured the call to be part of this year’s celebration.
As a Lion himself, Dr Tola said the vision of the Lions Club resonates with what Heal the World Movement stands for. In his words he said his meeting and eventual becoming a Lion was through Lion Catherine, the immediate past president of Ikeja Crystal Lions Club, who he had known for a while.
While called up to give a speech on behalf of the Ikeja Crystal Lions club, Lion Kate Obalim, the zonal chairperson of the Ikeja Crystal Lions club mentioned that she was delighted to be part of what Heal the World Movement is doing.
She further expressed her thought on
“When the Apostle approached us, we agreed we are going to be part of the program. I want to encourage Nigerians to support this ministry as they have genuine projects and we are going to do so continually, try in your own way to support them.”
Lion Kate during her speech also mentioned that the club will go all out to support the youths of Heal the World Movement as well as kids with programs specially designed for them to benefit from as the days unfolds.
The event which also had in attendance members of various orphanage homes, schools with select pupils and some aged men and women from Abesan area of Ipaja Lagos.
Speaking on the impact of the Movement on them, Pastor Kemi Daniel of Destined Child Foundation, an arm of Christlight Schools, mentioned that the consistency of the Movement is unwavering.
“The ministry has been consistent and patient with us, they are wonderful and have been encouraging us through their numerous kind gestures.”
Just after the event ended, foods and provisions to homes were shared and distributed with beneficiaries that visited during this event.
Heal the World Movement Feeds Destitute
In the same vein, just as the event ended, a team of volunteers from Heal the World Movement were also deployed to share with destitute members of the community, jollof rice as a way to celebrate this year’s home day celebration.
The food which was distributed starting from Sango under-bridge extended to the far ends of Oju-ore and back to the Toll gate area of Bible college in Ota Ogun state.
Many less privileged members of the public within Ota received the good gestures of the Movement as they trooped out at the sight of the food packs
This is not the first time Heal the World Movement will give out food items to members of the public although it is the first time ever when processed food will be given. The Movement on a monthly basis has given food items to widows and those in need of them from time immemorial.