Leonard Umunna: A Bishop With Midas Touch
Great men are not born great; they grow great--Mario Puzo
Bishop (Prof) Leonard Nwaoma Umunna, the Presiding Bishop of Bible Life Church Cathedral and a renowned public commentator has become voice to record with in Nigeria. He was not born great but he grew greatness through hardwork, commitment, consistency, simplicity and above all God. From very little beginning, he surmounted all trials without defeat or backslides in serving God and grew many great men of God from Ajegunle community.
No doubt, Bishop Umunna has become a figure in the Pentecostal community where his voice remains noble among great men of God in Nigeria. When it comes to ministry, his core assignment to win souls for Christ and make heaven. Only few clergies can think this way of making legacies in heaven not earth.
Bishop Umunna has built extraordinary legacies that cannot be ignored in the sands of time. Those he birthed in ministry works could testify of the miraculous blessings in him.Today; his voice is heard on major broadcast stations in Nigeria and beyond, using his calling to win souls for Christ. He is not carried away by modern-day ministry than fulfilling his core assignment on earth.
Come to holy entertainment in Christ, Bishop Umunna has really done well to build creative youths, children and adults for Christ over the years. His voice is distinct and resonates with wisdom, knowledge and experience. He is a big blessing to Ajegunle community and beyond. He appreciates good things of the lord with practicability.
As a renowned public commentator, he has offered useful advices time without number for political leaders to take Nigeria to the Promised Land. He is one minister of God that has added value in Ajegunle community over the years. He is a rare gem and father of church drama. One thing you cannot take away from this unique man of God is discipline, integrity, love and transparency in the things of God. Only those that is wise toeing his path in the kingdom of God.
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