LOS Is A Charitable Person and Involved In Charity Works

Lanre Oyegbola Sodipo through RCCG charity actions has been part of several major charity gestures to several communities in Ogun State.

All the following but not limited to charity projects are LOS initiative or LOS was actively involved in it:

  • At the onset of the COVID 19 outbreak, RCCG was one of the first to empty their newly completed Intensive care unit on the campground to equip Ogun State isolation centre ICU with beds, multiparameter monitors and a ventilator when the nation was under lockdown with scarce medical equipment.

The Pastor Enoch and Pastor Folu Adeboye Intensive Care Center in Redeemed Health Center, Mowe, Ogun State and most recently in April 2021.

  •   Mask4All Initiative: During the peak of COVID 19 in the state, LOS presented 20,000 face masks to the people of Abeokuta North Local Government to compliment Gov. Dapo Abiodun led government efforts in curtailing the community spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic in the state through its @mask4all initiative, where 80 tailors selected from within the local government were commissioned and fully paid to deliver the 20,000 face masks  and distributed across the 16 wards of the local government.


  • Skill Acquisition: Among other LOS charitable gestures is the training of the youths in Abeokuta through his Free Skill Acquisitions and Empowerment Programme in collaboration with Redeemed Imitative for Skills and Empowerment (RISE) on various skills ranging from paint making an application to the production of toilet washers, dusting powder, skin care cream, dishwasher, liquid and disinfectant.

And most recently, the Enoch and Folu Adeboye Dialysis Center at the Olabisi Onabanjo University Teaching Hospital Ságamu which happens to be the state's first functional state-owned Dialysis centre.

Indeed Ogun State has benefited immensely from RCCG charity