Nigeria is now home to the world’s biggest church after the Dunamis International Gospel Center today unveiled its 100,000-seater auditorium.

The dedication of the church auditorium was attended by Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, Speaker Yakubu Dogara, former President Goodluck Jonathan, Dino Melaye, Akwa Ibom state governor Emmanuel Udom, Benue state governor Samuel Ortom, Bishop David Oyedepo, Pastor E.A Adeboye and many others.

Dr. Paul Enenche, the church’s founder, said: “God gave us that vision; with the vision, there must come location.

“That was how we began to pray and in the night I had a revelation where I was taken to a land along the airport road, with a landmark that showed me that land.

“We looked for land but we couldn’t find one. So we decided to buy land somewhere else, almost a thousand acres and another almost 700 acres in another location.

“We were almost starting in one of those places when the Lord reminded me that there was somewhere else he showed me and that I should still go ahead and look for the place.

“I then called one of the surveyors in our church and anointed him with oil and tasked him to go and look for the land along the airport.

“To the glory of God, within one week, he was back and said he had found a place. And when we got here, I said this was the place the Lord showed.

“And that was how we secured this place after almost ten years when it was first released via revelation.”

See photos of the church below.