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Church critical to bridging Nigeria’s $3trn infrastructure gap, says Enenche


The Senior Pastor of Dunamis International Gospel Centre, Dr. Paul Enenche, yesterday, in Abuja, stated that the church’s roles in bridging infrastructure deficits in the country remains sacrosanct, adding that improving the lives should be the primary focus of Christianity.

While Nigeria is faced with infrastructural challenges valued at about $3 trillion, Enenche, who spoke at the commissioning of a road constructed by the church at Karu area of Federal Capital Territory, noted that collective actions by Nigerians towards improving humanity and the infrastructure gap would go a long a way to make the country a better place for all.

“This is what church is all about; reconciling men to God, to reform the character of mankind, restore human destinies and dignities, relieve the burden and the pressure of mankind, and reveal to the world, the love of God and how God does things.”


Enenche noted that a number of roads and hospitals have been built across communities in the country by the church to assuage the plight of Nigerians living in those communities and boosting economic activities in the area.

He further said the doors of the church should always be open to meet the needs of the less privileged.

The cleric stated that the church would be responsible for the maintenance of the road, as the impact of the church in critical sectors, especially education remains an elixir for people across the world.

Urging others to continue the chain of impacting the masses, Enenche said: “You may not be able to construct roads or build hospitals, but you can start from somewhere.”


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