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Davido’s N250m Donation To Orphanages Influenced By Holy Spirit - Prophetess Mary Olubori


According to Mary Olubori Dasmola, a Nigerian Prophetess based in the United Kingdom, music singer David Adeleke, aka Davido, was influenced by the Holy Spirit in his recent demonstration of selflessness. 

Davido made a generous effort recently by donating 250 million naira to orphanage homes across Nigeria. 

In a statement sent to the Daily Post on Wednesday, the cleric described Davido's actions as unusual and holy-spirit driven.

"Davido has shown the world his near-perfect selflessness. Not too many have the capability and willingness to do so, even with the abundant resources in their closet. 

"Truly, this is an act orchestrated by the Holy Spirit to bless his people, and he will surely have his reward," the statement reads. 

Olubori, the founder of Rock of Salvation Apostolic Ministry, also urged leaders in all fields, especially her faith-based family colleagues, to lead by example and allow followers to emulate their personal acts of kindness. 

"Since the dawn of time, the act of freely giving to others without expecting anything in return has been regarded as a virtue and a noble trait.

"Generosity isn’t something just limited to giving money, but even giving attention, energy, and love are considered to be aspects of it also.

"As believers, we were taught in the bible to be replete with teaching on the subject of giving. 

"In his Second Corinthian Epistle, Paul called giving "grace," and to motivate them, he mentioned the greatest act of giving ever: 

"For ye know the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, that, though he was rich, yet for your sakes he became poor, that ye through his poverty might be rich" (2 Cor. 8: 9).

"This is a wakeup call for every leader, even those in the ministry, to take charge and be all-inclusive in the act of giving," the prophetess, who is also the owner of the Dasmola Olubori foundation, added.

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