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With almost 45years of Christian ministry, Dr Elewechi Ngozi Modupe Okike has a contagious love and passion for God; a passion, which is reflected in all facets of her public and private life. She has a unique gifting of being able to combine her Christian faith with the roles of mentor, entrepreneur and a spiritual leader. Ngozi believes we are called to carry the light of the gospel everywhere, and to show the love of God in meaningful and practical ways. Ngozi is a pastor, an evangelist, a prophet, an accomplished author and teacher of the Word. She is a sought-after motivational and conference speaker and is passionate about making a difference in the lives of others and in fulfilling the Great Commission.


Ngozi’s life’s story, described as ‘dramatic and eventful’ by a BBC Reporter, warranted a couple of video interviews to find out more about the ‘mystery’ behind her miraculous and extra-ordinary life.

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She is a survivor, and one who strives to please the Father even in moments of uncertainty and uttermost difficulty, which is reflected in most of her writings. She has met all of her life’s challenges with such bravery, courage and faith.


Ngozi epitomizes the saying ‘those who have been forgiven much, love much’. She believes she owes God more debt than any other person on the face of the planet. Hence, her rare gift of gratitude and thankfulness to God is evident in her exuberant worship and praise. She is a true worshipper, who like Mary constantly pours her ‘Alabaster Oil’ at the Master’s feet. Her heart of gratitude and worship is reflected in her book, The Greatest Debtor to His Love and a Trophy of His Grace . She is a woman who believes that we must never take the mercies of God for granted, but must show our appreciation always for every blessing, miracle and deliverance we receive daily.


She recognizes herself as a woman born with a mission and a vision, and her three names have had a significant influence in shaping the course of her life and ministry.


Ngozi is married to Dr Chikezie Okike, and they are blessed with four children and three grandchildren.



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