Apostle Chibuzor Chinyere, the founder of Omega Power Ministry (OPM), has said that no amount of intimidation from individuals from the country’s north will stop him from providing humanitarian aid, particularly to the poor and disadvantaged.
In response to threats he had been getting via text and phone calls, Apostle Chinyere decided to support the family of Deborah Yakubu, who was brutally murdered in May at the Shehu Shagari College of Education in Sokoto.
When an international human rights commission gave him a worldwide gold medal honor for his years of dedication to mankind, the preacher appeared yesterday in Port Harcourt, Rivers State.
After giving the Deborah Yakubu family a beautiful restaurant, Apostle Chinyere relocated the distraught family from Kaduna to Port Harcourt and presented them with a 14-flat mini-estate complete with a certificate of ownership.
The church also gave Deborah’s family a well-furnished two-bedroom apartment, a car, and placed her siblings on a scholarship.
Speaking on his desire to make the underprivileged happy despite criticism from some unnamed members of society, Apostle Chibuzor said he would not give up on serving God and mankind.
He said that nothing, in his opinion, can scare him and when you are working for God, you don’t worry about the dangers. He added that they will have to push God and Jesus aside in order for them to fit him into their threat.
Dr. Friday Sani, the International Human Rights Commission’s High Commissioner for the African Region, had earlier praised his effort.
Following the honor award given to Apostle Chinyere, from the Human Rights Commissioner For The African Region, Dr. Friday said he believes that with more people of this caliber, Africa should be a better place.
He added that is precisely what drew the world headquarters to bestow on him this unusual Gold Medal, not typically given to an individual person.