June 20, 2024

Deborah Elizabeth Enewa Paul-Enenche (born March 28, 1995) is a famous Nigerian gospel singer and the first daughter of Paul Eneche, the Pastor of Dunamis Church.

Early life

Deborah Elizabeth Enewa Paul-Enenche, also known as DeeBee, is a talented [calculate_years datestring=”03/28/1995″]-year-old Nigerian gospel artist. She is the first daughter of Pastor Paul Eneche, who is the founder and senior pastor of Dunamis International Gospel Centre, and his wife, Dr. Becky Eneche.

Deborah attended Northumbria University in the United Kingdom, where she obtained a Bachelor’s degree. She studied there from 2012 to 2017, graduating with a degree in Mass Communication. She is also a trained lawyer, having graduated from the Abuja campus of the Nigerian Law School in 2019, where she was called to the Nigerian Bar.

Deborah‘s music career began in her teenage years when she started singing in the choir at her father’s church. She released her debut single, “Nobody,” in 2019, followed by “The Sound” and “Even if I Tire” in 2020. Her music is a fusion of contemporary gospel and Afro-pop, and she has a growing fanbase in Nigeria and beyond

Career

Deborah Elizabeth Enewa Paul-Enenche, popularly known as DeeBee, is a talented and anointed gospel artist with a growing influence in the Nigerian gospel music scene. In addition to her music career, she holds the music director position at Dunamis International Gospel Centre, a mega-church in Abuja, Nigeria, where her father serves as the founder and senior pastor.

DeeBee‘s music ministry has taken her to various churches and events, both locally and internationally. In 2020, she ministered alongside prominent American worship leader and pastor William McDowell at the Nation’s Worship, Abuja. She has also shared the stage with other gospel music artists such as Daniel Eriko, Sinach, The Voice Of Dunamis, Chioma Jesus, Dunsin Oyekan, Prospa Ochimana, Emma Sings, Owie Abutu, Nathaniel Bassey, Shola Daramola, and many others.

DeeBee‘s music is characterized by its fusion of contemporary gospel and Afro-pop. Her debut single, “Nobody,” was released in 2019, followed by “The Sound” and “Even if I Tire” in 2020. Her uplifting and inspiring songs reflect her passion for God and her desire to see young people live for Him.

In addition to her music ministry work, DeeBee is actively involved in youth mentoring and other activities at Dunamis International Gospel Centre. She also is a role model to many young people, and her dedication to serving God has made her a respected personality in the Nigerian gospel music industry.

Social Media

Personal Life

Deborah Elizabeth Enewa Paul-Enenche recently got married to Sam Hawthorn Uloko in a glamorous wedding ceremony. She had earlier announced her engagement to Sam on social media, where she shared pictures of her beautiful engagement ring.

DeeBee‘s wedding was a star-studded event attended by many notable personalities in Nigeria, including the former President of Nigeria, Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, the founder of Salvation Ministries, Pastor Ibiyeomie, and the founder of Living Faith Church, Bishop David Oyedepo, among others. The wedding ceremony was lavish, featuring great music performances, delicious food, and a beautiful ambiance.

Deborah grew up in a Christian home alongside her siblings, Daniella, Destiny, and Paul Daniel. She is the first daughter of Pastor Paul Eneche, who is the founder and senior pastor of Dunamis International Gospel Centre, and his wife, Dr. Becky Eneche.

In her early years, DeeBee was known for her chubby figure. However, she embarked on a weight loss journey, which she accomplished without resorting to surgery. She is now an inspiration to many young people who struggle with body image issues, showing them that they can achieve their desired body goals with dedication and hard work.

Deborah’s Before and After

Net worth

Deebee has an estimated net worth of about US$300,00 – US$500,000.


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