Pastor Adeboye & Wife Rehabilitate 2,000 Drug Addicts

The General Overseer (Worldwide) of Redeemed Christian Church of God, Pastor Enoch Adeboye; and his wife, Folu, have rehabilitated no fewer than 2000 drugs addicts in the country.
One of them, Mr. Ilimezekhe Salvage, an indigene of Rivers State, who graduated from a university after rehabilitation, said he was saved from addiction to cocaine, heroin, marijuana and other illicit substances.

The couple achieved the feat within the 27 years of founding the Christ Against Drug Abuse Ministry (CADAM), a project that sought the rehabilitation of drug addicts in the country.

During the inauguration of ano initiative of CADAM, the Enoch and Folu Adeboye Rehabilitation Centre at Araga, Epe, Lagos State, beneficiaries of the project recounted their experience.

“God used this initiative to save my life from drug abuse. Since I came across CADAM, my life has received positive transformation,” Mr. Ilimezekhe Salvage added.

Adeboye’s wife, Folu, said the centre was for the transformation for youths who suffered substance abuse and were seeking new lives.
“Today, we have both formal and informal relationships with about 12 Nigerian universities that send their students to us for the programme and readmit them to complete their education upon our certification,”, she said.

The Governor Lagos, Akinwunmi Ambode, who was at the inauguration, noted that the initiative would go a long way in complementing efforts of the state government to eradicate crime.