Nigerian High Commissioner donates Le5m to KPCCI


By Matthew Jabby

Nigerian High Commissioner to Sierra Leone, Her Excellency Gladys Modupeola Quist-Adebiyi, yesterday donated Le5 million to the King’s Palace Citizen Church International (KPCCI) at New England Ville in Freetown. The church was burnt down some time ago by unidentified individuals and the donation is meant to help rebuild the house of worship.

Senior Pastor at the church, David Kamara, told Concord Times that the High Commissioner alongside other officials from Nigeria visited the church when they heard that it had been completely burnt down by unidentified persons at about 3:00am on 12th May this year.

He said Nigeria is assisting the country not only in the area of politics but also in other humanitarian fields such as their donation towards the rebuilding of the church.

“It is a privilege for us as members of the church and even Sierra Leoneans for the Nigerian High Commissioner to have come to this country, and especially for assisting us to rebuild our church,” said Pastor Kamara, adding that the whole congregation of KPCCI appreciates the gesture.
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“May God continue to bless the High Commissioner.”

Pastor Kamara emphasized the need for Sierra Leoneans to continue to embrace Nigerians as their brothers and sisters, and to assist each other whenever the need arises.