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Pastor Oritsejafor acquires private jet

Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor, President of Christian Association of Nigeria, CAN, and founder of Word of Life Bible Church, has joined the league of affluent Nigerian Preachers that own private jets.

The jet, marked N431CB, was delivered to him, Saturday, at the celebration of his 40th year in the ministry, which was held at the Word of God Bible Church in Warri, Delta State.

The announcement of the 10-seater Bombadier/ Challenger 601 aircraft, at the occasion by one of the pastors, was greeted with thunderous ovation.

The jubilant congregation spent over twenty minutes congratulating one another. However, Oritsejafor failed to comment on the jet said to have been purchased for him by the church.