Sallah: Kaduna Pastor Extends Charity To Muslim Prisoners And Destitute

Sallah: Kaduna Pastor Extends Charity To Muslim Prisoners And Destitute

The Trent

In commemoration of the Eid el Kabir, a Kaduna pastor referred to as Pastor Yohana Buru of Christ Evangelical and Intercessory Fellowship Ministries, on Saturday, October 04, 2014 extended hands of charity to mainly Muslim prisoners at Kaduna Central Prisons by providing food for about 400 among them

The pastor brought food along with some soft drinks and bathing soaps which he said was a way to encourage the Muslims in captivity to take active part as they marked the event yesterday.

Furthermore, he urged good citizens of Nigeria to always help the under-priviledged among them in the society anytime they are in a position to do that also appealing to the government to look into the welfare of prison inmates across the country.

“We share whatever we have so as to make them feel happy on this special day,” he said.

Vanguard reports stated that he stressed the need to straighten relationship between Muslims and Christians in the country, saying, “we are brothers and sisters and we must be united and live as one.”

Further adding to his charity works, Buru provided food for 600 inmates of a Destitute Home located on Kano Road in the state. The gifts were handed to a former National Vice-President of People with Disability, Malam Rilwan Muhammed, who immensely expressed their gratitude to the pastor for having them in mind during the Sallah festivity.

Also, Muhammed showered prayers of blessings upon the pastor asking for continued provision from God so he could continue to extend same kindness to destitute in the country.


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