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New Pentecostal Ministries International (NPMI) a Christian denomination has provided food for at least 100 old folks in the Municipal Borough of New Kru Town, Monsterrado County Electoral District #16.

Presenting rice, vegetable cooking oil and cube to the recipients at the sports ground in New Kru Town, head of media and communications Jesse Wlue Menson said the food items is the church’s way of identifying with less-fortunate Liberians especially, during the Coronavirus pandemic in Liberia. He said the distribution is in accordance with the world of God (the Holy Bible) that the church reaches out to the needy.

Mr. Menson noted that apart from New Kru Town, food distribution has also been carried to less-fortunate residents of West Point Township where at least 120 venerable women and children benefited. He assured that the church intends to carry on similar humanitarian work in other parts of the country, as part of its mission to “rescuing the perishing.”

Several beneficiaries of the humanitarian gesture, who spoke with reporters expressed thanks and appreciation to the church for putting food on their table through the grace of God. Rebecca Lawson, Nancy Payne and Zoe Moore said the intervention by the came at the time most of them had run out of food especially, rice to feed their children.

By Emmanuel Mondaye–Editing by Jonathan Browne

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