Pastor Yohanna of Kaduna celebrates Valentine's Day by feeding internally displaced people, inmates and destitutes.
A Kaduna based Pastor, Yohanna Buru, has fed over 500 Christian and Muslims destitutes and Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in the state to mark this year St Valentine celebration.
Pastor Buru led a delegation of Christian leaders of Christ Evangelical Intercessary Fellowship Ministry, Sabon Tasha, to Home of Destitute and feed the beggars. Other people with deformities were also given food stuff and drinks as part of activities marking this year Saint Valentine's Day.
The pastor also donated other humanitarian assistance to both Muslim and Christians inmates under going training at Mallam Niggers Rehabilitation Centre, Rigasa, and some Internally Displaced Persons at Badarawa, Unguwan Dosa all in Kaduna North local government area of the state.
"We choose these category of human beings to celebrate with them this year simply because we felt they are the people of God that really need our love, care and assistance at this seasons. Many of them were been neglected and rejected by the society which makes live extremely difficult for them and their children to survived," Pastor Buru said.
“As people around the world celebrate valentine with their loves once, sharing many Good things of joy and happiness, we deem it fit to select less privileged and inmates with Refugees in other to make them understand that we loved them. We pray for God to help them overcome all their daily challenges," Pastor Buru added.
Spokesman for Northern Blind Forums , Malam Muntari Saleh who received the items on behalf of others, thanked Pastor Buru for taken his time to celebrate with them.