By Eric Elezuo
The General Overseer, Love of Christ (C&S) Generation Church, and Founder, Esther Ajayi Foundation, Reverend Mother Esther Ajayi has once done what she knows how to do best – take care of the needy and give, give and give again and again.
The prolific woman of prayer, better known as Iya Adura, during the week foot the medical bills of two accident victims, and restored their hopes to life and health.
Speaking exclusively to The Boss on the charitable act, the Founder of Focus on Disability Founder, Mr. Abiodun Paseda, who doubles as Reverend Mother Ajayi’s spokesperson, said the victims, who were full of appreciation for the gesture, were treated for various life threatening injuries sustained in an accident.
He mentioned that the first patient, Mr. Olayinka Saka, who sustained double fractures in the upper 1/3 and lower 1/3 of his leg in an accident, was treated at Oak Specialist Clinic, Ikeja, Lagos at the cost of one million naira while the other recipient, Mrs Dayo Olofinsao, was treated at Krown Hospital and Maternity Centre, Lagos for a crushed leg. She also received skin grafting treatment at the total cost of two million naira.
While appreciating the woman of prayer when Mr. Paseda paid them a visit, the duo in their separate thanksgiving speeches eulogized the ever smiling woman of God, saying she was God-sent.
They are fast convalescing.
The woman of prayer also took it upon himself to foot the total bills of over 200 pilgrims to Jerusalem for the just concluded pilgrimage. All pilgrims who benefitted from the largesse are full of praises for the prayerful woman.
In another development, Reverend Mother Ajayi also sponsored thousands persons to New York, United States of America, for the just concluded Celebrating the Comforter joint annual convention of the Cherubim and Seraphim Church and the Celestial Church of Christ. The beneficiaries cut across worshippers from both denominations, members of the press, dignitaries and many more.
At the event, which had Nigeria’s former President, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo, the Ooni of Ife, Oba Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi, the Ojaja II, Prophet S. K. Abiara, Chief Ebenezer Obey, Bashorun Dele Momodu among others in attendance, was a carnival of spiritual upliftment as many people had personal encounters with the Holy Spirit, and God was glorified.
Reverend Mother Ajayi has declared that the next edition, the third in the series will be held at the Tafawa Balewa Square in Lagos, Nigeria come July 2019.