Chris Oyakhilome Foundation Rescues Hundreds of Flood Victims in Kogi, Nigeria

Flood victim with newborn baby receives hope and comfort through intervention of Chris Oyakhilome Foundation.

Member agencies of the Chris Oyakhilome Foundation embarked on another emergency Hope Relief Mission to provide immediate support to children and families affected by the recent flood disaster in Kogi State.

Volunteers of the Chris Oyakhilome Foundation with relief bags for Kogi State flood victims.

Several families were traumatized by the occurrence of the catastrophic floods in Kogi State, Nigeria; many lost their homes, property and livelihood to the flood. Several of these households had to find refuge in Wada Estate Camp — one of the Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) camps set up by Kogi State Emergency Management Agency .

A few volunteers with copies of the Rhapsody Bible.

The InnerCity Mission and other agencies, under the auspices Chris Oyakhilome Foundation, worked together with local volunteers on ground to distribute much needed relief items such as clothes for children, proteinous food items to counter the effects of malnutrition and hygiene products. Other services rendered included medical examination for pregnant women and nursing mothers, psychosocial services for traumatized individuals and protective services focused on the women and girls at the camp. Free copies of Rhapsody Bibles were also distributed to everyone present.

Volunteer presents woman with relief items and the Rhapsody of Realities Bible.

One of the flood victims, Joy, was almost due for delivery during the flood crisis, and just a day before the visit of the Chris Oyakhilome Foundation team, the young mother birthed her child. However, she was deeply worried about the current situation of her family, the welfare and future of her new born in such a crisis, but then, the man of God, Reverend (Dr.) Chris Oyakhilome, sent help just in time.

Joy's face lights up with relief as she receives medical attention.

With great joy and excitement, the displaced families, camp officials and even the State Emergency Management Agency representatives, expressed their profound gratitude to the man of God, Reverend (Dr.) Chris Oyakhilome, on the timely delivery of the help rendered.

Families receive relief items in branded bags from the Chris Oyakhilome Foundation.

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Anthony Donny Oniya 8 months
Glory to the God! Thanks to our man of God;Pastor Chris Oyakhilome Dsc, DD, for the great work God has been doing through him to the nations of the world... thank you pastor sir.
pedro gideon 8 months
wow!!!!!thnk God for pastor chris whom God has used to save lives ,may God continue to enrich ur pocket
pedro gideon 8 months
wow!!!!!thnk God for pastor chris whom God has used to save lives ,may God continue to enrich ur pocket
pedro gideon 8 months
wow!!!!!thnk God fr pastor chris who was used to rescue lives
Divine Ikechukwu 8 months
glory be to God, life has come
Joyce Ncube 8 months
Hallelujah hallelujah thank you Jesus
okany jerry 8 months
I'm so touched. Thank you to our man of God, PastorChris Oyakhilome.
nkosilathi lunga 8 months
glory to God
Comfort Ebadan 8 months
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God continually bless you Pastor Sir
Akpos jane 8 months
God bless you pastor sir
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Gentle Eyisi 8 months
This is so beautiful. Impacting lives and destinies one person at a time