Meet the woman who gave Birth to three Famous Pastors, a Doctor and also a Soldier
Children are indeed God’s blessings, but when one of them turns out to be a bad egg, they become a liability to you. Furthermore, unless God could make them successful, there would be no Jupiter on Earth if a mother could not fulfill her duties to her children. That is why it is important for every mother to teach her children how to develop in the manner in which they should grow, because they will not stop when they mature. Not only did this incredible mother have a blessed womb, but she also went out of her way to ensure that her children were among the best in the world. Fortunately for her, her children are well-known around the world for their positive effects. Neche’s mother is this woman. Paul Neche, as well as his brothers and sisters, were born to her. Mama Titi, as she was affectionately known, was the mother of three powerful pastors, a Major General in the Nigerian Military Office, and a doctor.
Mama Titi gave birth to Paul Neche, one of Nigeria’s most powerful pastors and a global figure. Paul Neche is a doctor who received the best education from his parents. On November 10, 1996, Dr. Paul Enenche founded Dunamis International Gospel Center. The first church service was held at the Abuja Centre for Arts and Culture, according to Doctor Paul Enenche’s biography. The church service was relocated to the Sheraton Hotel in Abuja in just two weeks. Dr. Paul Enenche then performed six months of church services. The church was relocated to its present location in June of 1997. The Destiny College and Academy were also founded by Doctor Paul Enenche. He is the institution’s general overseer. Destiny Publications was also created by him. For his followers, Dr. Paul Enenche believed that establishing educational institutes and publishing educational materials was not enough. He got into the radio and television market. In Nigeria, the Church owns a satellite television station.
Major General John Neche was born to Mama Titi and is Paul Neche’s older brother.
On the 16th of February in 1966, Major General John Enenche was born. He joined the Nigerian Defence Academy as a part of the 35 Regular Combatant Course in 1984, and started his military service there. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in geology and mining from the University of Jos in 1994 and a master’s degree in strategic studies from the University of Ibadan in 1995. Engineer Young Officers Course 9, 1987, Nigerian Army School of Military Engineering (NASME), Makurdi; Infantry Young Officers Course 58, Nigerian Army School of Infantry (NASI), Jaji, Kaduna; Engineer Commanders Course 11, NASME Makurdi; Senior Staff Course 24, Armed Forces Command and Staff College, Jaji, Kaduna
Major General Enenche has served as Troop Commander 12 Field Engineers Regiment, General Staff Officer 3, HQ 42 Engineers Brigade, Squadron Commander 13 Field Engineers Regiment, Officer Commanding Engineer Squadron, Multinational Joint Task Force (MNJTF), Commanding Officer, 14 Field Engineers Regiment, and Nigeria Battalion 11 (NIBATT) United Nations Mission In Liechtenstein.
Major General Enenche is a versatile engineer who holds an Advanced Diploma in Military Engineering. Strategy Articulation, Civil Engineering Project Supervision, and Information Management/Strategic Communication are, however, his areas of interest. Part of the Order of the Niger (MON), Distinguished Service Star (DSS), Chief of Army Staff Commendation Award (CCA) twice, United Nations Peace Medal, Distinguished Fellow Defence College (fdc+), and Fellow Nigerian Institute of Management (FNIM) are among his many distinctions and decorations. “Nigerian Army Strategy In The North East” is his book. General Enenche is blessed with four children and is happily married. Reading and preaching the Bible, listening to Christian music, and keeping up with current events are some of his interests.
Mama Titi also gave birth to Veronica Enewa Aluwa, a well-known Nigerian pastor and evangelist at the “House of Mercy international ministry.” She also moves from state to state, where she organizes crusades, in order to win souls for Christ.
Sammoses Eneche, the Reverend, was also born to Mama Titi. Paul Neche’s younger brother, Sammoses Eneche, was also a strong heart preacher. Regrettably, he is no longer alive, and he died at a young age. Mama Titi instilled in her children a firm sense of morality; none of her children went astray, and all of them are still prominent figures in Nigeria today. Mama Titi, unfortunately, is no longer alive. She died in early August 2013, shortly after returning from Israel.
May the souls of Mama Titi and his late son, Sammoses Eneche, rest in peace.