I Am Grateful To God—Bishop Marcel Onuigbo

Bishop Marcel Onuigbo of the Grace of God Mission International, Enugu province has attributed his success in life to God’s mercy and kindness. He made this declaration recently in Enugu at a ceremony to mark his 60th birthday and the launch of his new book titled Bleak and Barren Times of Life and How to Survive it.

He said that without the favor of the almighty it would have been impossible for him to attain his present statues in life and ministry. He also appreciated others whom he said were the human instruments used to bless and lift him in life, including the presiding bishop of the church Bishop Paul Nwachukwu.

In a moving speech riddled with appreciation, Bishop Onuigbo thanked all those in one way or the other helped to make his ministerial calling a success. He said, “I must humbly appreciate God Almighty for His unrelenting mercies over my life in all these past sixty years of my sojourn on earth. Truly, it has been full of great events, turns and twists, but in all the Lord has helped me and continues to helped me and continues to help me. I want to express my heartfelt gratitude to my presiding bishop of Grace of God Mission International; Bishop Paul Nwachukwu, my father, leader and mentor. I am grateful to God for all whom He has used to help me in life. Vision and destiny helpers… ” He also did not leave out his wife- Rev Mrs. Ngozi Onuigbo and children in the showers of gratitude.

The ceremony attracted many dignitaries from within and without the church. Bishop Onuigbo is a current presbyter and NEC member Grace of God Mission and oversees the work of the church in the Enugu State and South Africa. He married with five children.

Bishop Dr. Marcel Onuigbo and his wife Ngozi at the bishop’s 60th birthday celebration in Enugu, recently

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