By Nna Anulumadu
The Spiritual Director of Mountain of Solution Catholic Adoration Ministry, Onitsha “MOSCAM” cum priest of Onitsha Catholic Archdiocese, Rev.Fr.Dr.Basil Chukwuemeka Gbuzue,a.k.a’ Man Pass Man” has started sharing cash palliatives of different currencies ranging from Pound sterling, Deutsche mark, dollars, Euro to Naira notes to the adorers which he said was to support them in their different businesses.
Distributing the cash palliative, Fr. Gbuzue who prayed over the money stated that it would act as a catalyst in their various businesses of the beneficiaries and he would continue to distribute cash palliatives every three months in his Ministry till the of end 2021, explaining that adorers are not expected to pay back the money since it is a free gift.
He also noted that he had been offsetting hospital bills, alleviating poverty among the poor and downtrodden. He also said he has been greatly supporting motherless babies homes, leprosy centers and prisoners even before the outbreak of Covid-19.
Some of the beneficiaries; Emenike Offor and Ifenyinwa Akabueze who are traders in Onitsha testified that their businesses got transformed and boomed since Fr.Gbuzue gave them money to add to their businesses during his previous distribution of cash, just as they prayed God to grant Fr..Gbuzue long life and sound health.
Similarly, Sir. Callistus Aroh KSM a staunch member of “MOSCAM” noted that Cash palliatives distributed in their Ministry was tagged Yeast in the business, stating that the event was a special day in their Ministry. Sir Aroh who is the chairman of Covid-19 palliatives of the ministry, praised Fr.Gbuzue and prayed God to bless him more and keep him alive.
Trinitas observed that every adult who attended last Wednesday adoration ministry received an amount of money ranging from five thousand naira to fifty thousand naira.
Some received naira notes while others got their in foreign currencies.
It is also good to remember that Fr Gbuzue had earlier distributed food materials valued at over one million Naira at the heat of Covid19 lockdown and has continued to share palliatives frequently before and after Covid19 lockdown