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Dunamis International to Unveil New 100,000 capacity Global Facility in Abuja


The 100,000 seater capacity dome, which is the global headquarters of the Dunamis international church is set to be commissioned in Abuja from November 24, running up to their Conference which is to be hosted in the facility till December 2,2018. Clergy men from across the globe are expected including Reinhard Bonnke, W. F kumuyi among many others.

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