Ex Senate President builds 3,000-seat capacity church for his hometown


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Nigeria’s former Senate President, David Mark, has donated a church to his community, Oturkpo, in Benue State.

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The 3,000-seat capacity building for St. Augustine Catholic Church would be formally dedicated on Saturday.

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.“I am fulfilled and humbled because God has used me as an instrument for the realization of this church,” Mr. Mark said.

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“I thank the Almighty God for his faithfulness, mercy, grace and blessing on me and my family. I can never quantify or measure his kindness and blessing. I will serve God and humanity for the rest of my life,” he added.

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The donation comes as corruption investigation of Mr. Mark continues at the EFCC. The EFCC said Mr. Mark mismanaged government funds during his tenure as Senate President and also procured a public property without following due process.

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Mark is also being probed by the presidential committee on the recovery of stolen government property.

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