After three consecutive days of empowering the old and widows in Igbogbo Baiyeku LCDA, the Ann Fatusin charity foundation climaxed its generous mandate in the sanctuary.
The nonprofit organisation marked the end of its compassion program with a special Harvest and Thanksgiving service at the St. Joseph Oluwatomisin Parish of the Celestial Church of Christ in Oreta axis of Igbogbo Baiyeku on the 18th of December 2022.
Prophet Yemi Shonubi, Senior shepherd in-charge, Celestial Church of Christ, Divine Destiny Parish, United Kingdom, told Ikorodu News Network (INN) that the vision of Ann Fatusin Charity foundation was laid down by the husband of the convener, Dr Amos Olabode Amusa Fatusin.
According to Prophet Shonubi, the aid made by the organisation is backed by the leading of the holy spirit, asserting that Hajia Ronke Fatusin was led by God to take her charity endeavours to the shores of Africa.
He continued, “The Spirit of God inspired her to further this charity work, and I want to use this medium to appreciate everyone who has been one way or the other used by God to extend this backing course”.
“My message is for everyone, most especially the believers not to just be hearers of the word alone, we must be doers i.e becoming our brother’s keeper at every given point in time” Prophet Shonubi noted
“Jesus asked Peter in the Bible to show his love for him by looking after the church, the church is the people, not the house. It involves ensuring that everyone is doing well in their various household”.
“The church is your neighbour, community and place of work, we must understand that our generosity doesn’t end on Sunday, this will make the world a better place” Prophet Shonubi inferred.
Hajia Ronke Fatusin capped the chat by extending her genuine gratitude to everyone who helped her foundation in guaranteeing the 3-day philanthropy program was successful.
According to Hajia Ronke, the Lagos edition has ended, but her foundation is still taking the course to Ogun state, where the Ministry’s cathedral is located.
She proceeded, “From the beginning of this year to this moment of my life, I give God all the glory for providing the strength needed to embark on a venture that only brings glory to his kingdom”.
Hajia Ronke added that her contributions to the community are also beginning to receive good commendations which gave her extra joy.
“People are now asking me how long we’ve been in existence in administering this course, which is amazing because we’ve been around for close to a decade”.
“The act of sharing has been part of me from the onset, I do it for my family, so why not do it for the outsiders? That’s where this idea came from. Looking at people and knowing they don’t have, I always feel the compassion of what to do to assist them” She said
Hijia Ronke further noted that she’s always compelled to do more beyond her capacity, and that’s why she’s soliciting for capable stakeholders to join her course.