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DR MYLES MUNROE AND WIFE TRAGICALLY DIE IN PLANE CRASH

Dr. Myles Munroe and wife tragically die in plane crash.

Internationally Renowned Preacher And Transformational Leader, Dr. Myles Munroe Killed In Bahamas Plane Crash

Prolific best selling author and internationally renowned preacher and business coach, Dr. Myles Munroe of Bahamas Faith Ministries International and his wife Mrs. Ruth Ann Munroe, died in a plane crash earlier today in the Bahamas.

Reports also confirm that their daughter Charisa also lost her life in the accident.
According to The Associated Press, the plane, a Lear 36 executive jet, reportedly struck a crane at the Grand Bahama Ship Yard, exploding on impact and crashing into the ground near a junkyard area.

The Bahamas Ministry of Transport and Aviation reported that the jet departed from the Lynden Pindling International Airport (LPIA) in Nassau, Bahamas at 4:07PM for the Grand Bahama International Airport, a privately owned international airport in Freeport, Bahamas with nine people on board.

The plane crashed while making an approach for landing at Grand Bahama International Airport at 5.10pm, the Ministry of Transport and Aviation said. The crash killed all nine people on board the private jet. The identities of the other people on board have not yet been confirmed. 

The crash occurred as people were gathering in Grand Bahama for Dr. Munroe’s 2014 Global Leadership Forum which starts November, 10 2014.

Africa’s richest woman and oil mogul, Mrs. Folorunso Alakija is also expected to speak at the leadership forum. (Click Here for Full Story, courtesy of forbes.com)




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'The biggest tragedy in life is not death, but life without a purpose’ - Dr. Myles Munroe.  (1954-2014)


We are saddened to hear the passing of Dr. Myles & Mrs. Ruth Munroe and daughter Charisa. He was an outstanding leader and teacher; who together with his wife, managed to touch the lives of many and fulfilled God’s purpose. Our thoughts and prayers are with their family and friends. 

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