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Published on January 9th, 2023 | by Gabriele Adbbe


Pastor Chris’ COFI donates 63 million ml of blood to African hospitals

Pastor Chris Oyakhilome’s non-governmental organization, the Chris Oyakhilome Foundation International (COFI), has been helping people in need for many years in various ways.

It was recently disclosed that the organization has donated 63 million ml of blood to hospitals all over Africa, helping in saving 400,000 lives.

The move was part of Chris Oyakhilome Foundation International’s effort to improve lives and society in Africa.

In addition, the organization has recruited and trained 10,161 first responders and trained 162,576 people in first aid and CPR.

The Chris Oyakhilome Foundation International has also recruited 65,539 voluntary blood donors, conducted 202 public enlightenment campaigns and given 657 first-aid training sessions.

“Recognizing the necessity to change Africa’s narrative and the need to contribute immensely to nation-building, the Future Africa Leaders’ Foundation (FALF) organized the annual historic Africa Day event where young people were mobilized to execute over 2,000,000 humanitarian acts of service, organize 1,302 conferences and summits impacting 81,650,329 families across Africa,” the Chief Operating Officer of Christ Embassy, Pastor Ifeoma Chiemeka said.

FALA winner Lebsey Petmia Lebaga pushes for healthcare

The Future Africa Leaders’ Foundation is an arm of Pastor Chris Oyakhilome’s Christ Embassy. The organization rewards young African leaders every year on December 31st at the Future Africa Leaders’ Awards.

The 2022 Star Prize Winner of the award show was Lebsey Petmia Lebaga from Cameroon.

She won the title because of her work in the field of healthcare, among other things.

In two years, she trained 3,000 people in Cameroon to become community health service workers.

“In Cameroon, there is no trained community health advocate. The community health workers are almost insignificant. Within my powers, in the next two years, we should have at least 3,000 persons. That will cause a tremendous change and shift and there would be a decrease in some communicable diseases,” Lebsey Petmia Lebaga stated.

She is actively working and pushing for a primary healthcare system in Cameroon.

Pastor Chris and COFI invest 1 billion Nigerian Naira in African families

At the 2022 Future Africa Leaders’ Awards, Pastor Ifeoma Chiemeka also said that the Chris Oyakhilome Foundation International has invested more than 1 billion Nigerian Naira in families all over Africa over the past decade.

The pastor disclosed that the Future Africa Leaders’ Foundation has inspired 73,829,127 young Africans to develop 25,848,816 sustainable projects that have benefitted 17,823,160 families in 54 African countries.

“To eradicate poverty and foster economic growth, a food and resource material distribution was carried out in Malawi where over 500 orphanage children were provided with foodstuffs, hygiene kits, relief items and educational materials,” Pastor Ifeoma Chiemeka stated at the Future Africa Leaders’ Awards on Saturday, December 31st, 2022.

In Nigeria, the organization taught and educated people about voting in elections, which motivated youths all over the country to become politically active.

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