The Founder and Basic Overseer of the Action Chapel International, Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams, has fed a team of younger farmers at Adjringanor, a suburb of Accra.
The farmers, in accordance to the Archbishop, are his neighbours
whom he normally encounters even though walking in his group.
On Monday, March 30, 2020, the Archbishop chose to examine on the farmers, and for the duration of the interaction, the farmers admitted to not obtaining materials of foods and water and not getting the money to invest in any.
Touched by their plight, the Archbishop later on returned with
a huge donation of supplies which included bags of rice, tender beverages, cooking
oil and luggage of water.
Throughout his pay a visit to to the farmers, the Archbishop challenged these with the capability, to feed these in their attain throughout this striving time, as Accra enters the 2nd day of lockdown to control the spread of coronavirus.
The Archbishop reported that is “true sort of Godliness” born
out of the compassion he has for the needy.
“It is quite significant for us to share especially to the people today in our neighbourhoods: the needy and the vulnerable.”
Getting reminded of his time on the streets of Accra as a younger boy with no food items, Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams promised his neighbours, the Adjringanor farmers, a weekly source of foodstuff until the lockdown is about.
Archbishop additional inspired, “let us not hold out and permit
them arrive to us, let us go out and arrive at out to them. Let us clearly show adore and
The donations were being created in the time of the two-7 days partial lockdown announced by the President, Nana Akufo-Addo, during the outbreak of Covid-19.