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Benue Floods Pastor Paul Enenche donates relief items to victims [Photos]

This Benue State-born man of God has visited and donated relief materials worth millions of Naira to victims of the floods.

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Benue State-born man of God and founder of Dunamis International Gospel Centre Worldwide, Dr. [Pastor] Paul Enenche, has put smiles on the faces of victims of the recent floods in the state after he visited the Internally Displaced Persons [IDPs], camps in Makurdi, and donated some relief materials to them.

Pastor Enenche who is popularly called God's Choice Servant, took time out of his busy schedule to pay a visit to the over 200,000 persons affected by the natural disaster and put smiles on their faces with various items ranging from bags of rice, mattresses, food ingredients, toiletries, clothes and financial assistance.

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play Pastor Paul Enenche being welcome to the IDPs camp by the Benue State deputy governor (Comrade Ameh)


According to his media team, Dr. Enenche who is very passionate about the welfare of people, was accompanied by the pastor of the Makurdi branch of his church, Pastor Oloche King Adaji, on the visit.

He spent time with the victims at the IDPs camp, prayed with them and also donated the relief materials to them.

The cleric who was received by the deputy governor of the state, Engr. Benson Abounu, while addressing the IDPs during the visit, urged them not to allow the disaster to deter them from their union and communion with God.

Touched by the magnitude of the human sufferings and the level of the devastation caused by the flood, the powerful preacher and music minister called on the relevant authorities to take necessary steps in order to forestall further reoccurrence.  

“This is most unfortunate and sad. We feel your pains and the trauma this incident must have caused you.

This is a temporary set back which I know would surely come to pass in no distant time.  I urge you all not to allow this deter you from your communion with God,” he said.

play Pastor Paul Enenche praying with the victims at the IDPs camp (Comrade Ameh)


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Recall that in 2016, Dr. Enenche visited victims of Agatu crisis in Agatu Local Government Area of the state with relief materials and financial assistance.

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