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Victor Ojukwu and his parents recently came back from a medical mission trip in Bangui, Central African Republic, sponsored by Adonai Missions International. Victor’s father, a doctor, and his mother, a nurse, treated children and adults who were suffering from malaria, malnutrition, and other diseases. Giving Children Hope assisted them with pharmaceutical packages and medical supplies, including thermometers, lancets, and a baby scale. The Ojukwus witnessed all kinds of healing during their seven day stay. Here are some of the testimonies from their trip:
- Leokondia Mokobango is a widow who was invited to the Care center by a neighbor who is a staffer with Adonai Missions International. She was suffering from chest pain as well as goiter. As a result of both spiritual and medical care, the chest pain is now gone and she is very happy.
- Germaine, 50, is the wife of a popular landlord in Bangui. She came to the Care center on the third day. She had previously consulted with local doctors who diagnosed that she had diabetes. During the Medical Missions Outreach, she discovered that she had no diabetes. Her medication was changed. Now, she is doing well and much relieved.
- Irene is a deaconess in the Apostolic church in Miskine. Her father was very ill. He was brought to the care center and received excellent services rendered by the International Medical team. Today her Dad is okay and she is very grateful to the Lord for his healing.
They were inspired from the trip, but realized a lot more needs to be done. The Ojukwus hope to open a medical clinic in Central African Republic someday. Please keep the Ojukwu family in your prayers, as they are trying to collect more supplies and food to take back on their next trip. We appreciate all the work the Ojukwus have done, and as our partner, we will continue to support them.