- A church in Lekki, Lagos, Harvester, has found a way to beat the lockdown in the state caused by coronavirus pandemic
- The church held a wedding online using Zoom in a simple arrangement
- The Harvesters said it is their first online marriage ceremony as they wished the couple well
A Lagos church, Harvesters, in Lekki has adapted to the present situation caused by Covid-19 as it used technology to beat its restriction.
In a very unconventional move, the church held its first online wedding with popular video conferencing media, Zoom.
Harvesters, in an instagram post, said the occasion was all shades of beauty and was super amazing. The names of the couple were Yinka and Demola.
See the picture of the newly-weds below:
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that a Nigerian Twitter user who is living in Canada with the handle @ChuksJaphet has revealed that the Canadian government gave them c$2,290 (N626,406.62) each.
He said that they were first given a deposit of c$2000 (N547,080.02) before they were on Monday, April 19, given another c$290 (N79,326.60).
@ChuksJaphets berated the Nigerian government for asking them to come back home and telling them that they would be paying for their flight cost.
The Nigerian Twitter user, therefore, added that home is not where one is born but where the political leaders have your interest at heart.
In other news, the Deeper Christian Life Ministry has donated more relief materials to Lagos government in the fight against coronavirus in the state.
The church had earlier donated bags of rice. The church said that it is doing so to help solve the hunger and suffering that have befallen many as a result of the outbreak.
The donation was given under the Private Sector Coalition Against Covid-19 (CA Covid-19) as the general overseer of the church, Pastor Williams Kumuyi, stressed the need to make soothe the pains of residents in the state.
In a statement, the cleric said that Lagos state has been doing so much in dealing with coronavirus and that they see it needful to help in the way they can.
Pastor Kumuyi also spoke about how it may be hard for the Lagos state government to make provision for its teeming population.
While receiving the donation on behalf of the government, Pereira Sheteolu, the programme manager of the Lagos state agricultural development authority, expressed gratitude.
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