Apostle Fortune Ngulube blesses vulnerable in SA, Zim
BY ALBERT MASAKA
LIFE Changing Generations church leader Apostle Fortune Ngulube has launched an ambitious programme to assist vulnerable people in South Africa and Zimbabwe through donations of groceries to cushion them from the harsh economic conditions due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Ngulube, who is also a gospel singer, has blessed elderly women in South Africa and is working on coming home to Zimbabwe as part of his philanthropic programme.
“Covid-19 pandemic has left many people vulnerable and desperate, other have lost their jobs, so l am pledging to assist those affected.
He has targeted four groups comprising the elderly, people with disabilities, orphans and widows.
“The first group of people on my list are the grannies and I managed to give 100 food hampers. Next week I will be giving another 100 hampers to child-headed families.
“It is our responsibility to help others in times like these, that is a sign of gratitude and thanksgiving to our Father in Heaven who has led me this far,” he added.
The apostle took time to give thanks to God also for pushing his song Konsenaya at Skyz fm Gospel top 20, were it is at sitting at position
Soon after this I will be looking at my own country Zimbabwe, next month I will also give back food hampers to my community this is a very difficult time we need each other for upliftment.
The gospel musician who is father to a girl-child has donated sanitary pads for 2 000 pupils in schools in Bulawayo to alleviate challenges faced by the girl child.
This was after he witnessed an incident which a young girl was being mocked by others for soiling her uniform while on her menstruation cycle.
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