By Eric Elezuo
The world acclaimed woman of faith and giver extra-ordinaire, Reverend Mother Esther Abimbola Ajayi of the Esther Ajayi Foundation and Love of Christ Generation (Cherubim and Seraphim) Church, London, has stretched forth her hands of gratitude one more time to the needy in the Nigerian society.
This time, the woman of prayer, whose name has become synonymous with giving, charity and passion, reached out to two individuals who were faced with life threatening and terminal ailments.
The first to feel the giving mother’s kindness is a Cancer of the Breast patient, Mrs. Bukola Oshadare, who was supported with 10, 000 Pounds in medical bills to set her free from the shackles of the deadly disease.
Mrs. Oshadare, a make-up-artist, was flown to London, in an all expense trip to undrgo the treatment at the prestigious Kings College Hospital, London.
A well recuperated Mrs Oshadare told The Boss through Reverend Esther Ajayi’s spokesman, Mr. Abiodun Paseda of the Focus on Disability Foundation, that he owes a lot to the Reverend Mother for allowing God to use her to bring her back to life.
“I give God all the glory for giving us a person like Reverend Mother Ajayi. For her sake, I have been giving another chance at life. My God bless tremendously, and keep her alive for as many that God would want to touch for healing and for provision,” she said.
Also full of gratitude for a touch in his health and life is Mr. Sesan Adelaja, who received a three million Naira worth of total hip replacement, and appeared cured.
Mr. Adelaja’s treatment took place at the Amazing Grace Hospital in Ogun State, Nigeria, and the happy recipient is full of praises for the woman of faith.
Reverend Mother Ajayi has been in the business of delivering the gospel of Jesus Christ through her inspirational sermons, prayers and practically making provisions available for as many as are in need.
Earlier in the year, she declared her intention to reach out to a million lives before the year 2018 winds down, and as things are today, that number has been surpassed and still counting. As far as she is concerned, giving is an attitude that must be imbibed by all and sundry for in as much as it is priceless, it does not cost a thing.
In the words of Mr. Paseda, “you aint seen nothing yet because Mummy has not even started. She has a catalogue of goodness to unleash.”