The President and Founder of EMNAMU Foundation, Dr Emmanuel N Musa has donated food and nonfood items to over 100 widows in Yola, Adamawa State.
The action is in continuation of the philanthropist’s humanitarian gesture to the vulnerable.
He presented the items along with a cash of N50,000 to each of the beneficiaries at Shagari Phase Two, Yola South LGA.
Dr Emmanuel Musa who was the guest speaker during the 2023 harvest and thanksgiving service at Salvation Lutheran Church in Shagari Phase 2, said this is the season of extending the hands of fellowship to the vulnerable in the society.
He maintained that as far as he is alive he will continue to put smiles on the faces of the less privileged irrespective of tribe or religous differences.
Reading from the book of Luke, the EMNAMU president charged christsains to show love to one another through provision of scarce resources to the needy.
He said that giving to the needy and giving thanks to God attracts more of God’s blessings, hence the need for Christians to cultivate the spirit of thanksgiving.
The guest speaker used the forum to pray for the peace and unity of the state and the country as a whole.
Some of the beneficiaries thanked Dr Emmanuel Musa for helping them.
Beneficiaries were drawn from the church and other widows from Shagari community who are non-Christians.