Dr. Paul Enenche is set to cause an uproar this year. And this is not unconnected to the fact that his multi billion naira project known as The Lord’s Garden is near completion.
Checks revealed that the General Overseer of Dunamis International Gospel Centre, Dr. Enenche plans to move in soon to the ongoing auditorium which is dubbed largest covered roof in Africa.
We reliably gathered that the new auditorium which can sit between 75,000 / 100,000 worshippers and built like a stadium is being roofed and an insider claimed that roofing alone gulped about $5million and that it was handled by expatriates.
” It’s a multi billion naira project. There’s no pillar in side and the side angular pillars each swallowed trailer loads of cement. The construction is near completion as the roofing, glass and laying on of Marbles is on going now” , our source squealed.
We further gathered that aside that he has just finished building Destiny Academy which is about Four massive structure and the Pastoral quarters is almost completed too.
Interestingly, information available to us revealed that plans for construction of a 5 star hotel is equally underway.
Checks by us revealed that the dynamic preacher who currently holds fully packed six services every Sunday inside his present auditorium in Abuja has declared during the watch night service on Sunday, December 31st, 2017 that they would do this year’s Cross over service inside the new auditorium.
It would be recalled that work on this project began in September 14th, 2014, when Dr Paul Enenche’s father in the Lord, Bishop David Oyedepo broke the sod of the Lord’s Garden located along Nnamdi Azikiwe Airport Road, Abuja.
And The Senior Pastor Dr. Paul Enenche, quoting a structural engineer, said the building will be the largest covered roof in Africa.
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. 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
Source: Sahara Weekly