LoveGod Enyinna of LLEM – Hope is here

By Denise
Nanni and Milena Rampoldi, ProMosaik. Let us go back to Nigeria to talk about
an essential issue in this Giant of Africa: corruption and orphanage. 

We talked
about this problem and how to address is with LoveGod Enyinna, the founder of

He is a pastor and supports orphans in Nigeria, in Abayi
Umocham. His aim is to support and empower children.

Why did you
found LLEM and what is the principal objective of your organisation?

I founded LLEM because I grew up in Nigeria and I didn’t like
seeing how the corrupt Nigerian Government refused to help its citizens.“

LLEM currently works in three countries, but most of its work is
still based in Nigeria. Most of LoveGod‘s work in Nigeria is with orphans in
Abayi Umocham. The non-profit provides orphans with food, medical supplies and
with school supplies.
LoveGod tells us: „I’m really dedicated to improving their lives
and with providing them with opportunities that will nurture them spiritually
because I believe we are all children of God and it’s our duty to provide for
them. In addition to our Nigerian operations, we also operate in Sweden and in
the U.S in South Carolina, but right now our primary work is based in Africa. I’d
love to get you more interested in our mission. We are doing such rewarding
work and helping kids who can’t help themselves. I go to Nigeria quite often
and I know our work is making a huge difference.“
What are the main objectives of LLEM international? 
The main objectives for this year are:
      to empower the orphans and less privileged
children in Nigeria through education by providing the learning environment
that will be suitable for them.
      to present the word of God as a solution to
global crises through online platforms and social media
What are the main social issues in Nigeria? 
The main issues in Nigeria are corruption, inadequacy of power
supply, human right violations, and hyperinflation.
Which kind of activities do you carry out?
In the community I support I offer educational services, and
capacity building. 

Do you implement any
project to promote women’s rights and empowerment?
Not at the moment, perhaps in the future.
Do you cooperate with local authorities and institutions? If yes,
We cooperate with local churches and various schools in Nigeria.
E.g. we are planning an empowerment conference in Nigeria, scheduled for the
3rd March 2017. To make this happen, we are working with three local churches
in Nigeria for this program. The conference is titled “Hope is Here” and we have a
(pastor) guest speaker from the one of the churches we are partnering with in
the USA who will be speaking at the conference.