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COVID -19: SPAC Nation London Gives Palliatives To Youths

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By Our Correspondent.


London's fastest growing Church, SPAC Nation ,has reached out to the needy in this period that the whole world is being ravaged by the COVID-19 pandemic.



Pastor Tobi Adegboyega, the Lead Pastor in a video posted on his twitter timeline on Sunday said that palliatives have been sent to help cushion the effect of the lockdown on Nigerians. 


"Today is the first time I am stepping onto my balcony in three weeks. I know what the lockdown means in a developed country like UK so the impact on Nigeria and other African countries can only be imagined"


He said this has necessitated the sending of financial aid to people in Nigeria as private citizens and group of individuals who believe in what SPAC Nation is doing all around the world.


"Our financial and material aids are not restricted to Nigeria alone. We have our tentacles spread to Ghana, the UK and some European cities as humanity comes together to battle COVID-19 to a standstill."


Pastor Tobi revealed SPAC Nation's partnership with Chief Dele Momodu, the publisher of Ovation magazine, in empowering Nigerian students with various sums of money in these challenging times.


It would be recalled that Chief Dele Momodu on Friday evening announced on twitter that he was partnering with SPAC Nation to support Nigerian students mitigate the effect of the Corona virus disease occasioned lockdown in different parts of Nigeria. A check on the Ovation publisher's Twitter timeline in Saturday and Sunday confirmed this. 


Many students who had benefitted from this act if goodwill confirmed receipt of funds and appreciated both SPAC Nation and Chief Dele Momodu.


The SPAC Nation Lead Pastor also reiterated that this was a tip of the iceberg as the Church  would after victory on this Pandemic organize a concert where many more students will be helped to go to school after the COVID-19 crisis is overcome.


"These are the things we can contribute as we strive for a new Nigeria, and I believe it is possible."


Pastor Tobi urged people to remain calm and stay safe, strictly adhering to instructions given by healthcare professionals and governments at different levels.


"I believe we will come out of this situation healthy and strong. So my prayers are with everyone and their families in these times. Let us all stretch our hands of help and support to aid people in these times all over the world, in Nigeria, Ghana, Sierra Leone and all over. We will beat this virus and life will return to normal."