- Nicholas Duncan-Williams and Action Chapel have provided the basic needs of the people in their area
- Amongst the beneficiaries are farmers who are neighbours of the revered man of God in Adjringanor
- The Archbishop also urged Ghanaians who are well-to-do, to go out and help the deprived in these moments
- Ghana is currently on a partial lockdown for 14-days as a measure to curb the spread of the coronavirus in especially Accra and Kumasi
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Action Chapel International led by its founder, Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams, reached out to over four hundred (400 ) of its members who needed food for the lockdown period and subsequently donated some food items to them.
The gesture was undertaken by a team of dedicated Cell leaders who visited members in their homes.
The items donated included bags of rice, bottles of oil, tomato paste, sardines, water, and many others.
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Beneficiaries of the food items expressed their utmost joy and appreciation to the church for being thoughtful and taking the initiative in these trying times.
Other non-ACI members, who are kin to the ACI members, could not hold back their joy as they too benefited from this kind gesture.
The revered man of God also personally presented some food items to some farmers who live in his neighbourhood.
The Archbishop said, “it is very important for us to share especially to the people in our neighbourhoods: the needy and the vulnerable.”
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He further urged the rich and privileged to go out and give to the poor, vulnerable and needy.
“Let us not wait and let them come to us, let us go out and reach out to them. Let’s show love and compassion.”
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The church has decided to continue with support to many more of its members during this critical time and has therefore encouraged its members who are in critical need to contact their cell leaders or the church administration through firstname.lastname@example.org.
The partial lockdown took effect on Monday, March 30, 2020, and is expected to last for a two-week period subject to review by the President of Ghana.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Bishop Gideon Titi-Ofei, an astute leadership coach and motivational speaker has offered a facility to be used to isolate patients.
He made available a 100-bed facility to the government to use as an isolation center.
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