A Kaduna-based Anglican Priest, Venerable Muhammad Ibrahim through his Foundation, Passion for Christ International Foundation, has been touching lives in Kaduna State especially the internally displaced persons in Zango Kataf and Chikun local government areas.
This he said he has been doing over the years because of his passion for the needy including the survivor of insecurity challenges in the country aimed at improving their wellbeing.
The Anglican Priest who spoke with journalists in Kaduna noted that women and children are the most affected by insecurity, hence, his passion to ameliorate their sufferings through his foundation.
To him, “I have been doing this over the years through my foundation Passion for Christ International Foundation.
“This is stimulated by my love for humanity and the desire to see people around me enjoy the small benefits of life, especially at the grassroots.
“The Foundation has been able to touch the lives of people in Makarau and Unguwan Musa communities in Zangon -Kataf and Chikun Local Government areas of Kaduna state.
“This gesture has become necessary for me because some women especially widows find it difficult to feed their children. The livelihood of these people is most times affected by insecurity”, he said.
The man of God however added that “efforts are in top gear to provide palliatives for people of various communities in Southern /Central Kaduna as the Yuletide season approaches.