Paul Enenche at 54, Dunamis Pastor Donates borehole and other items to Abuja community
To commemorate his birthday, Dunamis Pastor Paul Enenche presented a borehole and other goods to the Abuja Community.
Touchaheart Nigeria reports that Dr Paul Enenche, Senior Pastor of Dunamis International Gospel Centre, commissioned several humanitarian initiatives in some villages inside the Federal Capital Territory as part of his 54th birthday celebrations.
Touchaheart Nigeria understands that a motorised borehole was provided to the Wukara village on Airport Road in Abuja, Nigeria’s capital, to end the area’s long-standing water deficit.
The project was totally supported by Dunamis Church in order to provide assistance to the locals.
Pastor Enenche, who was supported by his wife, Dr. Pastor Becky Enenche, at the commissioning of the borehole, emphasized the importance of contributing, adding that it was the church’s job to make a difference and show light to the world by providing humanitarian assistance where needed.
His words, “People can’t see God, but they can see what we do. They can see what churches do. And that is why we came here to show this community made up of a mix up of religions, lots of different tribes, to show them the love of God, especially on a day like this, the fourth day of June, my Birthday that I decided to appreciate God in His goodness and mercy towards me by showing his goodness to others.
“For as long as human beings exist, human needs remain. And if human needs remain, the need to continuously alleviate those needs, continue for as long as human beings exist. So, we do to the extent that God gives us the power. We may not be able to do everything but to the extent that we have the power and the resources to go ahead and do it.”
He mentioned the ministry’s other efforts, including as road development in various villages and states, boreholes, scholarship awards, and donations to the disadvantaged.
With tears in his eyes, the town’s district chairman, Ibrahim Dalhatu, praised Pastor Enenche and the church for consistently reaching out to the community through humanitarian efforts.