NGO debunks alleged extortion from public, vows to fight cancer

A Non Governmental Organisation, Welfare Rescue Mission International Incorporated (WRMI,) has revealed its plan to fight the devil behind cancer

In a media chat with the BOT President, Welfare Rescue Mission International Incorporated, Evangelist Edozie Amechi, on alleged rumour making the round that the organisation was out to extort money from members of the public in the name of humanitarian services, Edozie explained that the body was created with ten aims and objectives which include rehabilitation of the helpless sick, saying patients in this situation were camped, given first aids, fed and were raised funds for through the members of the public, philanthropists and humanitarian for their surgical operations after which  they are also rehabilitated by being sent to schools or given money to start up something”.

fidelity-estateEdozie said the organisation was born in the year 2010 and had worked for over six years and in those six years, had operated over nineteen(19) cancer patients. He said the organisation had been working hard to bring the afflicted to normalcy, to bring the mind of God for man to pass knowing that the mind of God to man is to live in perfect health as one cannot serve God with imperfect health.

He lamented that some of the patients were people that had no money to help themselves while some were orphans and had nobody to take care of them just as some were abandoned at their villages to die of one sickness or the other.

“We normally take them to National Hospital Abuja, our records are there for you to inquire and for the ones that require international attention, we sponsor their operation abroad. We have sponsored about three operations in the past years abroad and we do this by taking the person abroad and any hospital that agreed to work on him or her, we sponsor right there and by the grace of God, most of them came back healthy and alright”, he said..

He debunked the allegation that the organisation used the money meant for its patients to enrich its pockets, saying that the organisation believed and maintained that behind every strange sickness, there was a devil behind it, some were as a result of curse, so if one breaches the agreement made with or on behalf of these kinds of people or divert the funds meant for their operations to whatever uses, he or she will be caged, doomed for life and that is more reason why groups sent out for fund raising by the organisation normally have trust worthy group leaders.  But known it is that behind every good thing, there are always imitations, some people try to imitate us by being fake.