Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Photos: Ghanaian Pastor, Dr. Kofi Danso Gets Private Jet as Surprise Birthday Gift From His Members

Members of a Canada-based church, Miracle Arena For All Nations presented a private jet to their pastor and his wife, Dr. Kofi and Rev. Jo Anne Danso, as a birthday present for their passion and charisma towards the work of God.

The church presented the private jet to the pastor and his wife on the occasion of his birthday in February 2016. The pastor through a Facebook message thanked God and his members and added that he was happy to own a private jet as it would make his travelling easier and also help him reach more places to preach the word of God.


The Ghanaian pastor further stressed that the private jet was not a thing of luxury but rather a necessity. He also disclosed that the private jet generates funds for the church when not in use, as it is leased out when not in use and he also advised other churches to emulate the example of blessing their pastors with private jets if they have the means.

3 comments:

  1. ALL this church member buying big gifts foer their Pastors eerrm i hope they have helped that their [poor relative or neighbour languishing in hunger,huh?

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  2. I wept for the world. Poor members buying jet for the rich pastor. The world is in deep trouble. How many of their relative have they help? Well that's an unanswered question.

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  3. I don't see what's wrong with that. Just set your priority straight, that's all.

    WRONG BUT RIGHT: PROLOGUE

    The lady watched the children closely and bid her time. She was not in a hurry; she was more interested in results. She knew enough about how people goofed when they weren’t patient enough. She wondered if nobody ever told them patience is a virtue. It was a good thing she had common sense. From her position behind the willow trees – which formed a hedge around the entrance of the park – she could see the children.
    Continue here: http://ayandola.blogspot.com.ng/2016/04/wrong-but-right.html?m=1

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