The golden heart of Ambassador Bishop Emeka Nwankpa                           

Posted by Clinton Uba | 5 January 2020 | 2,396 times

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•Ambassador Bishop Emeka Nwankpa

He is a man of many parts – a servant in the Lord’s vineyard, human resource development Manager, an icon in humanitarian services, a Nollywood actor and Producer that has many Christian movies to his credit through his outfit, Mic-Menco Production and indeed a sports lover.                    

However, his source of joy and inspiration comes from putting smile on faces of people and this he has been doing for 14 years, since 1995 when God started blessing him.

The man popularly called the ORACLE OF GOD is truly the servant of God and the Almighty speaks through him as he has been performing wonderful miracles, breaking spiritual and ancestral curses and healing the sick, all to the glory of God.              

Bishop Emeka Nwankpa is not just a graduate of Oko Polytechnic, Anambra State, he is also the General Overseer of Chapel of Faith Bible Assembly Church International, Onitsha, Anambra State. 

Bishop Nwankpa has been offering scholarship to students, free medical outreach programme, poverty alleviation through financial empowerment to youths, widows, elderly, the needy and the physically challenged and distributes Motorcycles, cars, wrappers, rice, fertilizers, etc.                   

As a lover of sports, he has over the years sponsored football competitions yearly in the entire Isiala Ngwa North LGA, not just for fun but as a way to discover talents.

He has two football clubs – Ben Football Club and Ben Queen Stars.

This unassuming man of God has so many garlands to his credit amongst which are: Ochendo Nollywood, South East: Best Nollywood Producer, South East, 2019 and Ambassador of Peace, United Nations Peace Volunteers.

Thursday, December 27, 2019 was another empowerment day as his Umukalu Ntigha country home was a beehive of activities as the man with a heart of gold shared wrappers, motorcycles, cash, rice, etc, to the needy and promised to do more come 2020.            

As the Bible said, “Blessed is the hand that giveth”. May we all put Bishop Emeka Nwankpa in our prayers for his passion for humanity for the past 14 years and ask God Almighty to guide, protect and bless him more.                              


Source: News Express

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