Dr Paul Enenche, Senior Pastor, Dunamis International Gospel Centre, Abuja, on Friday commissioned a road constructed by the church in Karu-Jikwoyi District Center, in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).
Speaking during the commissioning,Dr Enenche, said as Christians, we make a difference by what we give.
He said “I believe that light is vision and we think the capability and possibility that exist.
According to him,”The major assignment if leadership is the well fare of the people and I believe as we look more into the well fare of the people,we have more better life”.
He, however explained that the church is reaching out to people on monthly basis to empower people to do a lot of things such as traders, tailors,while quarterly bases,we have also have mega outreache to the people in the area of renovation of schools, transformer, therefore,this is life long things as far as gospel remain.
Speaking on the maintenance of the road, Enenche said “ We are paermently responsible for all the roads constructed across Nigeria”.
Pastor Peter Usman, Resident Pastor, Karu-Jikwoyi District Centre, said “The gospel is unto good works, we are the salt of the earth, and a city set upon the hill cannot be hidden”.
”So, this work is not to prove a point but a social responsibility of the church to alleviate and to help humanity. This is what the church is all about,” he said.
He stressed the need for for Nigerians to always dedicate themselves to the service of God and humanity explained that, the church has embarked on several projects across Nigeria as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)even in the FCT.
In his remarks,the Etsu of Jikwoyi HRH Bawa Jatta said, there is the need for the residents to take good care of the road adding that, the government cannot do it alone.
“For having the mind to do this road project, may other people copy from Dunamis church and Dr Paul Enenche ,” he stressed.
He also called on highly placed persons in the country and corporate organisation to compliment govt efforts towards community development.
The monarch while praying to God, asks God to reward the church for gestures noted that, the road was a huge burden for motorists in that axis before the intervention.
Bright Emeka,a member of the church said the project would change the face of the community when completed. “This area is very dusty and many people, both children and adults around here usually suffer from respiratory issues as they inhale the dust. This project will help address all the health related issues that dust can trigger”.