Mr Adeoye Olojo, a former Lagos State Government, senior civil servant, strayed into the Recreation ground on Wednesday 26th October 2016 during the Epe Outreach. He had mental health issues. After some deliverance sessions, he was set free from the tormenting spirits. We paid for his care at a resettlement unit in Oyo Town. He was discharged ready for work in May 2017
Imini school representative attended the National Association of Primary Schools (NAPS), Oyo State chapter’s meeting which took place at the Baptist Academy, Awe. At this meeting the need for schools to complete their registration was emphasised in other to avoid sanction from the State Government. Imini school will take steps to complete all necessary registration on resumption in September..
We met Sister Gloria Tete at Abraka in 2013. Her son in law had an accident in March 2012 resulting in femoral fractures. He was unable to walk or work. She came to Badagry in 2014 seeking help and was told that the operation would cost around £1,000 privately as Liberty does not have operating facilities. She was asked to raise half the sum. In a year, she raised less than £200. The operation was performed for free in 2015. Her son in law can now walk and work.
LETTER OF APPRECIATION
We the family of Bankole Timothy wishes to express our profound gratitude to all and sundry for your assistance both financially, morally and spiritually to bring joy back to my life, light in place of darkness and a reason to live.
I pray from the depth of my heart that none of us will ever experience such in Jesus Name and God who makes me whole again will never inflict on any of you with such a problem in the mighty Name of Jesus.
Once again, thank you all.
Bankole Timothy & Family
Tomisin completed her BSC Mass Communication degree at LES COURS SONOU UNIVERSITY in the Republic of Benin in 2016.
Due to her inability to pay her outstanding school fees, her certificate was withheld by the school authority. Without the certificate, she was unable to enrol for National Youth Service Corps programme (NYSC). She missed the first and second batches. At the end of the third batch registration, we were approached for financial assistance. The day before the deadline, the sum of 150,000 naira was raised for her outstanding school fees. She is now serving in Lokoja, Kogi State.