Church pays school fees for 22 students

Dumisani Ndlovu


GWERU — In an effort to reduce the number of school drop-outs, Miracle Mission Church of All
Nations (MMCN), has brought relief to some parents and guardians by paying fees for 22 primary,
secondary schools, and university students. Most of the beneficiaries are children of visually
impaired people.
Speaking at the handover ceremony last weeked, Moses Magazeni who is among the few parents
lucky to have their children’s fees paid, hailed the Church for what he said was a “rare love”.
“On behalf of the beneficiaries, I would like to thank MMCN and its leader Prophet Luke Chivasa. I
hope that the kind gesture will go a long way in transforming lives and empowering vulnerable
children,” said Magazeni.
A woman who identified herself as Mai Rue said she ekes a living by doing odd jobs, and she has
been finding it difficult to pay fees for her school-going children.
“I am happy with the help I got from the church. I hope that the church will continue helping the
needy. The assistance has made my life a little easier,” she said.
Another beneficiary, Zimbabwe Open University (ZOU) student, Lloyd Mujee, said the payment of
fees for him came as a Good Samaritan gesture.
“I am extremely happy with the help of this magnitude. This is like the story of a Good Samaritan.
May God continue to bless MMCN,” he said.
An elderly woman said: “We have three children. The eldest is in Form 4 and the second is in Grade
7, and the youngest is in Grade 1.
“I am grateful that MMCN paid fees for our two children because we were now finding it difficult to
pay fees for them. My husband and I are not gainfully employed, so we are very happy that we have
received this assistance,” said the woman.
MMCN founder, Prophet Luke Chivasa said the donation is in commemoration of the memorial of
the late popular televangelist and founder of the Synagogue Church of All Nations, SCOAN, Prophet
Temitope Balogun Joshua popularly well-known as T.B Joshua.

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