Pastor Irene Manjeri the lead pastor of Bethel Healing Centre in Kajjansi Kampala has given back to orphans several items ranging from beddings, food and clothing.
This too place on Sunday 12th September as she returned to the country from Europe.
Speaking to journalists, Manjeri said Uganda like other countries is going through many challenges.
Pastor Manjeri who runs an orphanage, Bethel Orphanage in Kitovu Kajjansi along Entebbe road said she was grateful to continue supporting people in these difficult times.
She said: “I am grateful that in this time, I am continuing to support people who are starving because of the lockdown. We are giving food at one of our branches at Pride Theatre, in Kajjansi- Kitende. Even today people are getting ready to pick food.”
The children she takes care of at her orphanage are children from all over the country, she says she wants to children to get exposure from within and outside of Uganda, with hopes that they would learn to put into action what they learn from abroad.
On her experience abroad, she called on Ugandans to love their country more and take care it just like the Europeans.
She said: The Europeans love their countries and express their love for their countries by taking care of each other and their environment. Ugandans must learn to love their country.”
Besides ministering, Manjeri is also a farmer, rearing chickens and pigs. She also owns bridal boutiques in different countries and a few taxis.