Popular Clergy, Elijah Ayodele Empowers Journalists With Over N5m As He Launches Annual Prophecy Book
The founder of Lagos-based INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, Primate Elijah Babatunde Ayodele has empowered some journalists with over N5 Million during the launch of the 27th Edition of his annual book of prophecy titled “Warnings To The Nations.”
The popular clergy and humanitarian personally handed over the cash gifts to the journalists who are all physically present on Saturday 10 July at the event held in his Church in Oke Afa, Isolo, Lagos.
Speaking on the empowerment programme, Primate Ayodele said he decided to put smile on the faces of those journalists who are from different media organizations for their supports and most importantly to cater for the beneficiaries’ education, personal upkeep and general well being.
It would be recalled that in February 2021, Primate Ayodele gave out two cars to two journalists, and empowered several others with about N7 Million.
During the presentation of another batch of empowerment Saturday, the popular man of God stated that his aim is to empower as many journalists as possible.
He added that his projection is giving cars to about 100 journalists who have supported him since he started his ministry.
Primate Ayodele recalled how some notable journalists have helped his ministry to reach many parts of the world which ordinarily may not have happened if God didn’t place them in his ministry.
Primate Ayodele is known to be a man of God who rewards good deeds, and engage in great philanthropic works.
For several years through his Widows Support Foundation, the Ekiti State-born Clergy has been providing for hundreds of widows by giving them food items and cash gifts as well looking after other members of his church during Sunday services.
He was also known to be liberal and tolerant of other religions as he has been sponsoring many on Christian and Muslim pilgrimages, setting up businesses for church members, giving out tricycles to church members, buying WAEC and JAMB forms, sponsoring tertiary education of many youths, to mention a few.