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Monday, 18 September 2017

GUESS WHO IS READING BISHOP CHRIS KWAKPOVWE’S OUR DAILY MANNA ODM…



It was a chance meeting at a London airport, when Bishop Chris Kwakpovwe who has been on a missionary tour to some cities in Africa, United Kingdom and the USA, ran into former Nigerian President, Retired General  Olusegun Obasanjo, as they prepared to board a flight.

OBJ as he is fondly called, was in his best of mood, as he happily declared to the Bishop, “I read Our Daily Manna regularly!”
Not surprising because OBJ has always been known to be a good Christian. Despite holding university degrees in Theology, the ex Nigerian President added that ‘Our Daily Manna, is usually a blessing to him.’

Indeed a good testimony coming from an elderly statesman.
Our Daily Manna is a Daily prayer guide for church members and brethren. It is a Daily devotional booklet.

Some few years ago when it was started by Bishop Chris Kwakpovwe, it was solely sold and distributed mostly by ministry members who had no job or jobs but used it as a means of survival.
It later spread into the outermost parts of the world, and today it is being distributed worldwide by local and international distributors, sold in churches, bookshops, streets and street corners, hospitals, prisons, orphanages, Bureau centres (business centres) in 174 countries.

Bishop Dr. Chris Kwakpovwe is a dynamic man of God with strong prophetic, healing, preaching and teaching ministries. Since he met the Lord and got born again on February 3rd 1976, as a student at the prestigious government college Ughelli, Delta State of Nigeria, he’s been preaching the word in creeks, villages and cities with signs following.

A dynamic man of God, he is a 1983 qualified Pharmacist from the University of Ife, (now Obafemi Awolowo University), who was called by the grace of God, into prophetic and healing ministry, and is today the Founder of various Manna Prayer Mountains (MPM) in Nigeria, and different parts of the world.




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