Why a church donated N3.5m to 23 Nollywood actors

Posted on January 31 2017 , at 12:30 pm
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  • A total of N3.5million was donated to 23 Nigerian actors.

Chris Okafor

Chris Okafor, Senior Pastor of the Mountain of Liberation and Miracles Ministry, announced the donation during a thanksgiving service held on Sunday, January 29, 2017.

The money is reported to have been donated to the actors through the Save Nollywood Actors Foundation being organised by Rita Edochie, Ejiro Okurame, Emeka Torino and Chioma Okoye.

Several of the actors are suffering ailments ranging from kidney and heart problems to diabetes, leukaemia, stroke and cancer.

While making the donation, Okafor said: ‘We pray for the entertainment industry that the presence of Jehovah takes control. That they are bought and washed by the blood of Jesus. We stop every satanic harassment, onslaught, attack over their lives, that whatever the enemy has planted that does not glorify God, the enemy advantage over them, God, we plead for mercy.’

Joseph Okechukwu, a Nollywood actor and member of the church, said: ‘What we’re tapping into the financial power of the church because we know that the church has money.’

Some of the beneficiaries are Prince James Uche, Obi Madubogwu, Romeo Casual, Romanus Amuta (Natty), Fregene Nicholas, Tunde Alabi, Emma Ugolee, Victor Olaotan, Jude Oteka, Harry B, Amaechi Muonagor, Patience Oseni, Theodore Anyanji, Tony Akposheri, Ernest Azuzu, Victor Eze, Adedayo Liadi, Victoria Ndubuaku, Frank Asiyai, Tommy Oyewole, Promise Nnaji, Sadiq Daba and Gbenga Peters.

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