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Joshua Iginla: How Abuja Based Pastor Blessed Poor Widow With N15 Million Car And Money

The woman was said to have rushed out crying, narrating her ordeal to the pastor who was moved to tears after he heard all her problems

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Pastor Joshua Iginla of Champions Royal Assembly

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Founder of Champions Royal Assembly Abuja, Joshua Iginla reportedly left mouths open due to his generosity when he publicly gave away  his personal car, a  2014 forerunner jeep and a cash gift of N300,000 in the middle of Sunday service to a poor widow.

Stella Dimoko Korkus blog reported that the scenario was so emotional because the middle-aged woman with four children had concluded plans to commit suicide but attended church to pray before the carried out the act.

During the ministration, Pastor Iginla had reportedly mentioned her issue and asked her come forward.

The woman was said to have rushed out crying, narrating her ordeal to the pastor who was moved to tears after he heard all her problems including her reason for wanting to commit suicide.

The pastor quickly donated his his new jeep a 2014 Forerunner worth N15 million with registration number Hz2550 ABC, N300,000 and pledged to take charge of the welfare of her four kids.

Telling her story, the woman said: “My husband died 27 years ago. The burden has been too tough because his family members abandoned me.”

The story was confirmed by the pastor in a YouTube video on Sunday, September 6 2014, which has gone viral.

Iginla said: “Yes, but please it’s not for a show off. I didn’t expect it but I got the prophetic message that if I don’t mention her case she would commit suicide. They actually placed a curse on her which is why she went through such bizarre experience. That’s why I was led to give her the jeep, cash gift and promises.”

“Why I shed tears was not because I gave her the gifts but because I really understood the pains she has been through. She came with a determination that if God exists, He should intervene in her case, else commit suicide which has been confirmed. And I am glad God proved to her that He exists and cares about the less privileged.”

 

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