By John J. Onyeka
JOHN ONYEKA is initially a Nigerian local yet God’s name has taken him during the international. he's an ordained Missionary Evangelist who has taken the gospel of Christ to greater than thirty nations around the globe. He organizes crusades, revival conferences, and road ministries within the components God brings him to. he's a instructor and a preacher and has pastored a number of church buildings in Africa, Asia, and Europe. He presently is living within the usa together with his spouse and 3 children.
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