United Methodist orphanage in Congo

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By Philippe Kituka Lolonga

April 6, 2018 | GOMA, Democratic Republic of Congo (UMNS)
Delphin Mukandira Nduba began living at the orphanage in 1997. Today, he is a carpenter.
“It is for me the occasion to express my gratitude to Mother Adolphine Okako and The United Methodist Church for their blessings in my life.”
He said the schooling he received has helped him to be able to educate his three children.
“My life is the work of God and I ask others not to neglect the orphans. God bless the Mother Adolphine Okako for her work to this orphanage ministry,” Nduba said.