War Drums! Pastor Enenche Slams Daddy Freeze In Front Of His Congregation

After the dedication of his 100,000 capacity church ‘Glory Dome’ in Abuja over the weekend, Paul Idoko Enenche, the founder and senior pastor of the Dunamis International Gospel Centre headquartered in Abuja has cursed out those speaking against him, particularly Daddy Freeze.

In his words, ‘I heard some very highly irrelevant, insignificant, infinitesimal, microscopic piece of materials that are only relevant for census purposes, who only hang on the internet to talk againt people. They have not achieved anything and will never achieve anything for life, would be remembered for nothing’.

 

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Paul Idoko Enenche is a Nigerian minister. He is the founder and senior pastor of the Dunamis International Gospel Centre headquartered in Abuja, Nigeria.Enenche was born in Otukpo on June 12, in the year 1968, to the family of Chief D.E Eneche the paramount ruler of Orokam District in Ogbadigbo Local Government Area . He is the younger brother to General John Enenche Nigeria’s Defence Spokesman.

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He is a member of the Idoma ethnic group in Benue State, Nigeria. He went into full-time ministry after he had embarked on a personal retreat on the pleateau hills in Jos. He allegedly put aside his medical certificate and went to Abuja to start a church in 1996.Dunamis International Gospel Centre was established on November 10, 1996. The first Sunday service was held at the Abuja Centre for Arts and Culture Area 10.

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Church Services were held for two weeks before the church moved to the Abuja Sheraton Hotel and Towers, where services were held for six months.The church moved to its present site – Area 1, Garki Abuja – in June 1997.The church holds six services every Sunday and two every Wednesday.

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On September 14, 2014, the church broke ground for the construction of the Lord’s Garden, the Church’s International headquarters in Abuja. Bishop David Oyedepo arrived for the project’s foundation laying. The International Conference Centre and Glory Dome in the Lord’s Garden has a seating capacity for seventy-five thousand people.[6] The event was a gathering of several branch churches across the FCT, Abuja and environs who came to tap into the anointing that lays foundations for such an ultra-modern project.