As part of activities to mark his 55th birthday, the Senior Pastor of Dunamis International Christian Centre, Dr Paul Enenche, on Sunday, reached out to the less privileged and orphans, while also empowering women with business materials.
The event took place at the Glory Dome on Sunday and witnessed a significant distribution of essential items.
Among the items distributed were food items, sewing machines, ovens, cash, and other necessities. The intention behind this act of generosity was to provide assistance and support to those in need.
Dr. Paul Enenche understands the importance of lending a helping hand and ensuring that the less fortunate have access to basic necessities.
After the event, Dr. Paul Enenche proceeded to Pywoi, a community located along the airport road.
There, he commissioned a block of classrooms that he personally renovated and equipped for the benefit of GSS Pywoi.
This gesture highlights his commitment to education and the importance of providing conducive learning environments for students.
During the event, Dr. Enenche expressed his belief that the purpose of Christianity is to serve as a beacon of light for people to see.
He emphasized the need for individuals to use their positions and resources to make a positive impact on society.
Dr. Becky Enenche, his wife, also lauded the cleric for his consistent humanitarian efforts.
She noted that this was not the first time he had embarked on such compassionate initiatives, citing the significant number of individuals supported through his scholarship programme and other humanitarian gestures.
The village head of the Pywoi community, Chief Tanko Bahago, commended Dr Paul Enenche for his kind-heartedness and expressed gratitude for his benevolent gesture.
In addition, the principal of Government Secondary School, Piwoyi, Pauline Ngozi Nwagogo and Hajia Ramatu Nusa, Director of Junior Secondary School Universal Basic Education Board, in Abuja, both praised the cleric for his generous donation, recognizing the positive impact it would have on the school and its students.