Opposition Leader, Belden Namah says when it comes to God’s business, there are no electoral boundaries.
Mr Namah told Seventh Day Adventist church goers when he officially opened a Children’s Lamp Shelter at Two Mile, in the Nation’s Capital.
At the cost of K150, 000, the Opposition supported two SDA Churches.
Putting aside politics, the Opposition Leader took time out with the SDA Community at Two Mile.
It was a personal affair as this community was the first to visit Mr Namah while he was serving time for his involvement in the 1997 Sandline Crisis.
Mr Namah opened the Lamp Shelter that will benefit more than five hundred children who attend the church on Saturdays for Sabbath School.
The Opposition Leader donated two cheques totaling K150, 000 to support other SDA churches at Gordons and one outside NCD with a further committement of K50,000 to extend the church buildings.
He told the people that when it comes to God’s business, there is no law in his dictionary.
Mr Namah said the donations were blessings from God which he was giving back to the community.
He also brushed aside any idea that he was trying to overthrow the government, stating the government can overthrow itself
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