The United Christian Mission UCM in Sierra Leone has made plans to provide free medical treatment and gifts to less privileged people.
Speaking to the General Overseer in Sierra Leone, Evangelist Sorie Sesay, who recently returned from the United States of America, told Concord Times that he felt honored to be led by the spirit of God to help his people at home in terms of development.
"My country has always been the number one priority and a place of love in my heart," he said and recalled his past days when things were difficult for him. He said despite the situation, he never abandoned the love of God and he always worshipped God.
He added that he grew up with a poor family background and he used to sleep in garages and churches but his love for God and respect for mankind connected to the General Overseer in the USA, Rev. Fahai A. Gibril through the help of other well to do people.
Evang. Sesay further explained that with his conviction and loyalty, he was able to convince his boss to establish a mission in Sierra Leone with different branches and also come with expertise to give free medical treatment and clothes with the help of the Almighty God.
He added that the work he has been doing to serve the Almighty God has made him meet with the Republic of Sierra Leone Armed Forces RSLAF which has provided him with a land where the mission is planning to build its headquarter in West Africa.
He called on Sierra Leonean pastors to do the same work to help save lost souls as the church plays lots of roles in national development.