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Canadian Based Church Buys Private Jet For Ghanaian Pastor As Birthday Gift

A church based in Canada has presented a private jet to its Ghanaian pastor on his birthday.The church, miracle arena for all nations in Canada,[4] which  is a multi-cultural charismatic and a fastest growing church based in the heart of Toronto, Canada was founded in 2011 by Dr. Kofi and Rev. JoAnne Danso.[1]

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In February this year, the church presented the jet to Dr. Kofi Danso and his wife Rev. JoAnne Danso as a birthday present for their passion and charisma towards the work of God.[5]

This private jet was given to him as his birthday gift!

private jet as a birthday gift

In an interview with media,[1] Prophet Dr. Kofi Danso noted that he had prophesied into being that God was going to bless him with a jet this year on his birthday and so was not too surprised when the church bought him one as a  gift on his birthday. Prophet Danso in his interview advised other churches to emulate the example of blessing their  pastors with  private jets if they have the means.[3]

He noted that the jet is a necessity for the ministry and not a luxury. He added that the jet generated revenue for the church when not in use and leased out.[6]

Prophet Kofi Danso is a Ghanaian who has lived in Amsterdam for 9 years and migrated to Canada for five years.[7] He is happily married to JoAnne Danso and has four kids, including a set of twins.[8]

Source: yen.com

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