Prophet Uebert Angel pays fees for 1,026 school children for a whole year

Prophet Uebert Angel pays fees for 1,026 school children for a whole year

- Prophet Uebert Angel a renowned pastor in the United Kingdom has offered to pay the school fees of 1,026 pupils in a Zimbabwe school

- The grand philanthropic move is part of the prophet's ‘adopt a school’ scheme under the Uebert Angel Foundation

- A representative of the foundation spoke in an interview indicating that the gesture is part of an ongoing project and more should be expected

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Founder and leader of the Spirit Embassy, a Pentecostal ministry in the United Kingdom also known in some circles as Good News Church has offered to pay the school fees of 1,026 students at a deprived community school called Bota Primary School.

According to, the renowned prophet has been engaged in similar bountiful acts of giving lately under the Uebert Angel Foundation.

It is indicated that the prophet paid fees for 797 students just a month ago in another school. Before the internet could recover from the 'shock' of his philanthropy, 1,026 students have also received full tuition as part of his ‘adopt a school’ scheme.

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The headmistress of the school known as Mrs Mbindi could not believe her luck and expressed her shock in profound words as follows:

“It is something that has never happened to me, in all my years as a head, to have people taking away the burden of other parents at that scale. This can only be an act of God. We thank Prophet Angel and his wife Prophetess BeBe Angel for this amazing work.”

One representative of Uebert Angel Foundation in Zimbabwe whose name is Pastor Felix indicated that the move is part of an ongoing project and more would be seen in the near future.

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“We now have a total database of 2161 students in Zimbabwe alone, we are paying school fees for including 78 university students. So far we have adopted 2 schools and by the end of year we aim to have adopted more schools that we will be offering such assistance,” the pastor said.

In other news, Dr Hadi Abdallah has become one of the few neurosurgeons from West Africa after coming from a very humble background at Nungua Zongo and being the 10th of 12 children.

A news report by indicates that out of the 17 neurosurgeons to be trained in West Africa, Dr Abdallah comes from 11 that have been trained in Ghana.

Describing his humble background, the doctor indicates that from his family only one of his sisters was able to make it to high school as all the girls who came before his senior sister had never even sat in a classroom before.

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