Founder of Abuja-based Dunamis International Gospel Centre, Pastor Paul Enenche has debunked news making the round that he had acquired a private jet.
He however noted that acquiring a private jet is a necessity and not a luxury as some wrongly believe.
In a statement put out on social media. Enenche appreciated all those who wished him well in ministry saying he was aware of the news making the round that he had bought a private jet.
He said the picture of the jet purportedly owned by him “is that of an aircraft, N838BB HAWKER 800XP (HS25), belonging to a private aviation company that was chartered in December 2019 for a series of crusades in Benue State.”
While insisting that the possession of a private jet for the purpose of easy, stress-less, and aggressive spread of the gospel is a “vital necessity,” he said, “we have the capacity to acquire one.”
He then said the “news of our acquisition of a private jet that is currently making rounds is absolutely false and totally untrue.”
Private Jet: Our position
On his position about ownership of a private jet, he said “if the private jet is equipment for kingdom assignment, then it cannot be considered an achievement. Though congratulations for a worthy feat is natural, especially among loved ones and well-wishers, it is not necessary in this case.
“After all, who has ever congratulated us for buying a microphone with which to preach the gospel? Nobody has ever congratulated us for buying a Bible, a keyboard, amplifiers, speakers, drum sets, or other sound and crusade equipment for kingdom assignment.
“So, it is pointless to send congratulatory messages for what is a basic work tool for kingdom evangelistic assignment.”
He expressed the wish that “the greatest congratulations we would ever like to receive is from our Master at the end of the journey for souls won, lives transformed and destinies changed in the course of our assignment on the earth with the statement: “Well done, thou good and faithful servant.”
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