GFN launches donation campaign of N1000 per person for Ore-Adewole

By Oluwafemi Dosu

For some times now, Veteran Gospel Actor and Producer, Evangelist Israel Ore-Adewole has not been enjoying the best of his health and according to a source close to him, he needs urgent help.

Israel Ore-Adewole was diagnosed with Retrostrenal Goitre in 2016 when he went to shoot a Christian movie in the UK. During the surgery to remove the goiter, his vocal cords were accidentally damaged resulting in the loss of his voice.

Ore-Adewole needs your help in raising funds to perform another surgery to get his voice back and return to producing Christian movies that everyone enjoys watching.

He needs a sum of Sixty-thousand dollars ($60,000) which is equivalent to Twenty-one Million, Six Hundred Thousand Naira (N 21,600, 000) for a successful surgery.

To this end, the foremost and esteemed news outfit, Gospel Film News, GFN has decided to launch a campaign today January 4, 2019 for lovers of Gospel Drama and cheerful givers to donate for the health of this Drama Evangelist. We believe that a minimum of One Thousand Naira (N1,000) will not be too much for people to donate for the health of this man who has paid his dues in the ministry.

Kindly pay your donations into this bank account:
NAME- Ore-Adewole Israel
NO.- 0042002161
BANK- Access Bank

Recall that God has used this veteran to bless and impact many lives via Mount Zion movies and other Christian movies from the days of ‘Agbara Nla’ among others. He paid his dues diligently in the gospel film industry since the 80s when mount Zion started.

Although, a reliable organization, GoFundMe volunteered its platform on October 4, 2019, for fundraising for the veteran actor. Via GoFundMe platform, a sum of One Thousand Dollars ($1,000)has been raise out of Sixty Thousand Dollars ($60,000). We also realized that many people could not donate via GoFundMe as it accept only dollar and restricted to people in US.

Sources close to him revealed that the ailment has made him not to speak well. The state of his health had allegedly deteriorated after confirming he has been battling the ailment. Please help with your donation today.

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