General overseer of Omega Power Ministry Apostle Chibuzor Chinyere has fulfilled his promise to help the family of Deborah Samuel, a student of Shehu Shagari College of Education in Sokoto, who was killed for alleged blasphemy.
Chinyere relocated the family to Port Harcourt and donated a mini estate and a car to them which were received by the deceased’s father Garba Emmanuel. Chinyere also promised the late Samuel’s seven siblings scholarships.
The clergyman posted photos of the car and estate on social media on Tuesday.
“In fulfilment of my earlier promise and in honour of the late Deborah Samuel, I on behalf of the Omega Power Ministry relocated and donated a 14-flats-mini estate and a Corolla car, for Uber business, to her family in Port Harcourt. The estate was registered in their name immediately. May God take all glory and honour. Amen!” he wrote on Facebook.
On Instagram, Chinyere added that it was made possible through tithes and offerings in the church.
The killing of Samuel on May 12 for alleged blasphemy against Prophet Muhammad has since sparked outrage.
The cleric’s gesture comes after Samuel’s mother Aileri Emmanuel said she would never send her remaining seven children to school because of the murder of her daughter.
“I have no demands; I don’t want anything but one thing I know is that my children will never go to school again,” she said.
The deceased’s father, who was a security guard with the Niger State Water and Sanitation, also lamented that he used his whole savings to send Samuel, his eldest child, to school.
In March, Chinyere offered scholarships to two security guards who were sacked after being seen dancing during work hours in a viral video.