Many Nigerians still find it difficult to believe the Tragic news that the leader of Bahamas Faith Ministries International Dr Myles Munroe, his wife Ruth, daughter along with 6 other people died in a plane crash on Sunday 9th November 2014.
The late inspirational speaker was a familiar face in the contemporary Nigeria corporate world. The Street Journal could recall that Munroe had visited Nigeria on several occasions on the bill of MTN Nigeria and other multinational conglomerates to give lectures and inspirational talks to youths and business men and women in Nigeria.
His power of speech was awesome and Nigerians who spoke with our correspondent could not understand why someone like Dr Moyles would have to die in the manner he did along with his wife and daughter.
Bahamas Aviation investigators are searching for the cause of the deadly plane crash that killed prominent Pastor Myles Munroe, his wife Ruth, and seven others.
Aviation experts say the Lear 36 executive jet had departed from Nassau, the capital of the Commonwealth of the Bahamas, and crashed about 5 p.m. while attempting to land at the Bahamas International Airport. The jet exploded when it collided with a shipyard crane on its approach, local news outlets reported.
Painful sobs could be heard when church leaders broke the news Sunday to participants at the leadership summit.
Dr. Munroe was the senior pastor of Bahamas Faith Ministries International Fellowship. He was also a best-selling author, an internationally renowned preacher, and a frequent guest on CBN’s The 700 Club