By Israel Bulus, Kafanchan
The vision pioneer, Throneroom (Trust) Ministry Kafanchan, Kaduna
State, Apostle Emmanuel Nuhu Kure, has called on the Federal
Government to encourage local researchers to find cure for Covid-19
Pandemic, saying that he prefer a Nigeria cure than World Health
Organization (WHO’s) cure.
He stated this while handing over a N6 million food items to Jema’a
local government council chairman for onward distribution to the
According to him, the Covid-19 pandemic provides an opportunity to put
Nigeria on the global map by encouraging local researchers to find
cure for the disease just like the Chinese.
“There is need for Federal Government to encourage all the agencies
carrying research locally to begging testing the way China are doing
toward finding cure for the pandemic. I prefer a Nigeria cure than WHO
cure,” Kure said.
He further advised the Federal Government to go ahead to do anything
that will help to stop the spread of the disease.
The Cleric commended government at all levels for measures taken so
far in the fight against the virus and prayed God to heal the land of
He maintained that the Ministry will continue to stand on the side of
the government to sacrifice more to ensure the country is out of the
While speaking on the N6 million naira palliatives, Kure said the
palliatives was targeted toward the downtrodden in the area to cushion
the effects of the lockdown declared by the state government.
He noted that the Ministry has decided to step up and carry out its
social responsibility by providing palliatives to help the vulnerable
in the society.
He urged the people to comply with the sit-at-home order and other
preventive measures against the dreaded Coronavirus pandemic and urged
the response team to be prudent in the distribution of the items to
the targeted beneficiaries.
Receiving the items, the Chairman, Jema’a Local government government,
Mr Peter Danjuma Averik, appreciated the religious organization for
the gesture, noting that it will go a long way in cushioning the
effects of the lockdown.
Averik appealed to public, especially spirited individuals and
organizations to emulate the gesture.
“The local government is facing a lot of challenges. Our condition
would have been worst if not because of people like Apostle Kure,”
Items donated include one 100 bags of rice, 146 bags of maize, 100
bags of millet, 142 bags of beans and 109 bags of garri.