The Senior Pastor, Dunamis International Gospel Centre Abuja, Pastor Paul Enenche, commissioned the multi-million Naira Messiah Medical Centre Jos, the Plateau State capital, on Saturday, saying Christianity brought civilization to the entire world, IDOMA VOICE reports.
Speaking as a Guest Speaker during the dedication/commissioning of the Messiah Medical Centre of Church of Eternal Life (COEL) Jos at the weekend, Enenche said most of the best universities in the world today came into existence as a result of Christian missionary activities.
According to him, anywhere one sees a Church, beside it, there must be a school or hospital building, adding that Christianity is the hallmark of civilization and knowledge.
He commended Christian organisations saying that apart from striving for the upliftment of the spiritual life of their congregation also go extra mile to build hospitals to cater for the medical needs of members of their immediate community.
Governor Simon Lalong of Plateau State, who was represented at the occasion by the Commissioner for Special Duties and Inter-governmental Affairs, Hon. Irmiya Sauni Werre, in his remark, appreciated the effort of Reverend Sunday O. Academe, Senior Pastor of COEL, complementing the effort of the state government to provide quality health care service to the people of the state.
Earlier in his opening address, Rev Academe said the Messiah Medical Centre is a vision from God to render medical service to the needy with Christ-like hospitality.
According to him, the hospital is to give first class treatment to people medically challenged at a minimal cost and will be open 24 hours a day for medical services stressing that the centre will commence with a One week free medical treatment in the area.
He pointed out that the hospital is a complex of Three floor building comprising of all amenities and equipped with modern medical facilities in all department.
According to him, the medical center is affiliated to other top hospitals and medical personnel both within and outside the country.
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