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Passion for Needy, a charitable organisation belonging to Prophet TB Joshua, Senior Prophet of Synagogue Church of all Nations (SCOAN), has presented items worth GH1,000 to Joseph Agbagba, father of the late Antoinette Agbagba.

Corporal Antoinette Agbagba, 36, who was with the Medical Services at Burma Camp, was murdered a month ago at their Michel Camp residence by her husband, Corporal Fred Nasrame, a 38-year-old military officer, over an incident of fathering children outside wedlock.

The items included four bags of rice, five boxes of bottled water, vegetables, 25 litres of cooking oil, Emmanuel TV satellite dish and decoder, anointing water and cash of GH200.

Speaking during the donation, Janet Torgbor El-Aschker, Chairperson, Passion for Needy, said the organisation was instructed to make the donation because Prophet TB was touched by the plight of Mr. Agbagba, who is also an invalid.

She appealed to him to endeavour to join Prophet TB Joshua in faith during his church services via the satellite, and also use the anointing water to help him to recover from his illness.

She urged Mr. Agbagba to let go of his pain and allow God to take charge as He is the best hope in times of difficulties.

According to Mrs El-Aschker, Passion for Needy was established about four years ago by Prophet TB Joshua to give assistance to the needy, the sick, the widow, the physically challenged and the orphaned.

Mr. Agbagba, a 70-year-old pensioner, expressed his gratitude to Prophet TB Joshua for the kind gesture and promised to make good use of the items, especially the Emmanuel TV satellite dish.
Source: GNA

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