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RCCG constructs, donates motorized borehole to community

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By EZEKIEL DONTINNA

THE Province 4 of Region 8, Redeemed Christians Church of God (RCCG), Plateau State, has, through its Christians Social Responsibility (CSR) Project, constructed a motorised borehole and donated it to its host community, Algadama-Rock Haven, Jos.

This was commissioned by the pastor in charge of RCCG Province 4 of Region 8, All Saints Parish Provincial Headquarters Parish 21, Utan Lane, Algadama-Rock Haven, Jos, Pastor Samuel Akintade, on behalf of the General Overseer, Pastor E. A. Adeboye, to cushion the water problem residents around the axis faced.

Commissioning the project, the Pastor in-Charge of Province 4 said, “This community has water problem and they were instructed by our Father in the Lord, the General Overseer, Pastor E. A. Adeboye, to solve the water problem of this community.

“We have an office by appointment known as the Christians Social Responsibility (CSR) that is to impact the community and it was the committee that came together to build a borehole for this community.

“By the grace of God, it is a free project and the water is free for the community. We are not selling or taking any Kobo from anybody. So, it is open to the public by the grace of God to impact their lives,” he assured.

Akintade further disclosed that the distribution of the water would be regulated by for some days in a week which would be opened twice a day in the mornings and evenings.

On his part, the Assistant Pastor in-Charge of the Province’s Christians Social Responsibility (CSR), James Daniel Adekunle Gabriel, said, “We got this vision out of the need that we saw in the community that there is great scarcity of water and since CSR’s mandate is touching lives, we decided to do so.”

Our correspondent reports that the CSR’s Directorate of the RCCG was basically carved out to impact lives through the church and only last month commissioned same at the Hallelujah Parish, which would be a continuous support project.

Responding on behalf of the community, the community leader of Algadama Rock Haven, Jos, Da Stephen Mancha, thanked the church for the gesture saying, “I am the happiest person because of this wonderful project that the church has brought to this community and I promise to tell others that RCCG here is a pace setter. ”

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