Posted by: Bill & Gayle McCord | July 5, 2010

Go Nigeria: Wheelchair Presentation

Wheelchair Assembly & Presentation

One of the most touching parts of the trip was the wheelchair presentation.  It’s amazing to see what you can make with a few spare parts and a little creativity.  This ministry was begun by a crippled  man in need of a wheelchair who now oversees the operation called “Beautiful Gate”  which employees Nigerians.  Go Nigeria buys wheelchairs with money donated for their purchase   from City Ministries which is a ministry that they  partner with in a number of operations.  City ministries  is made up of believers who are mostly Nigerian.  Go Nigeria then distributes them to people in need which include  victims of polio, birth defects,  and accidents.

You can see how much some of the Nigerian people needed wheelchairs.

All the spare parts

An older model

Bill working on making one

Love seeing the joy while assembling the wheelchairs!

Bill giving a little advice, I am guessing. 😉

Rick & Bill

Look at those beauties! Love how colorful they are!

Ready to be given out.

Some of the happy recipients!



  1. this is so incredible. What an awesome ministry to be involved with, Gayle. I hope you are doing well. I’d love to talk soon. I’ve just gotten sick with a cold and sore throat. Maybe next week?

    Much love to you,


    • It was quite an experience for Bill! Next week sounds great –

  2. Really enjoyed the pictures of the colorful wheelchairs. I understand that the believer all over Africa are filled with joy.

    • You are right Betty! The man you see in the wagon is pulled around and tells people everywhere that he can’t wait to run in heaven!!

  3. Thanks for sharing the pictures. What a great ministry and what fun to be a part of it!

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