Oyakhilome donates N1b building to BIU

Oyakhilome donates N1b building to BIU

Founder and General Overseer of Believers’ Love World (Christ Embassy), Pastor Chris Oyakhilome, has donated a whooping N1billion worth of building to

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Founder and General Overseer of Believers’ Love World (Christ Embassy), Pastor Chris Oyakhilome, has donated a whooping N1billion worth of building to the Benson Idahosa University (BIU), Benin, Edo State, which has since been named the Faculty of Engineering complex in Benin.

At the commissioning, Pastor Chris revealed that Arch Bishop Benson Idahosa, the late founder of Church of God Mission taught him and others, many lessons while they were under his tutelage. He said the lessons helped to shape his ministry.

He stated that though he grew up from a Christian home, he met a totally different personality in the person of his late mentor, Arch Bishop Idahosa, when he began fellowshipping in his church many years ago.
“Archbishop Benson Idahosa taught us to be kind to the poor and to support the government.

“He taught us to dress well, he taught us to be clean, he taught us to speak be educated, he taught us to speak well. My dad preached the gospel too. My mother was amazing. They brought me up very well, but when you talk about the ministry, there was nowhere to look but the Archbishop. As a minister of the gospel, the Archbishop taught us the word, he taught us worship and praises.

“He taught us to dress well, he taught us to be clean, he taught us to be educated, he taught us to speak well. We didn’t know that anywhere else. I grew up in a church, but the first day I entered Church of God Mission, on a Sunday morning, I thought I had raptured, I thought I was in heaven. It was completely different from where I was coming from,” he said.

Pastor Chris said his contribution to the building of the Legacy campus of the University was part of his contribution to the legacy of the late Idahosa, adding that he counted it as a honour done him.
“This is one University we all need and we have to have it. It is the vision of God. Think of what you can do. Everything you can do in this University, do it, dream of it,” he said.