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FG Honours Apostle Chibuzor Chinyere

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The Nigeria Books of Record (NBR) Research Centre under the ministry of information has appointed the General Overseer of Omega Power Ministries (OPM), Apostle Chibuzor Chinyere as a Fellow of the organization.

NBR was established in 2009 as part of the “Change Begin with Me Campaign” of the Federal Ministry of Information and Culture.

The Director-General of the centre, Prof. David David while conferring the honour on Chinyere said that the decision was taken in view of Chinyere’s selfless and humanitarian services to the poor and less privileged across all religious and ethnic divides. He added that Chinyere is among those who are bringing real change in Nigeria by his mission of giving hope to the poor, less privileged and downtrodden in the society.

David said that through tithes and offerings, Chinyere built 22 state-of-the-art free nursery and primary schools being attended by more than 45,000 pupils in the country who are provided with four pairs of uniforms, bags, books and other writing materials as well as fed daily in OPM’s free school feeding programme. Chinyere built the first free school for children born with Autism and Down syndrome in the world as well as operates two free specialist hospitals in Port Harcourt and Abia state. He built 18 free estates that accommodate both the poor, repentant armed robbers, kidnappers, militants, and prostitutes, among others, as they undergo rehabilitation.

David said aside from providing accommodation for them, Chinyere also feed, clothe and take care of their general upkeep. According to him, the preacher has given local and foreign scholarships to over 3,000 Nigerians in universities in the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Turkey, Cyprus, Benin and the United Arab Emirates.

David added that OPM also operates a free restaurant that feeds the poor and less privileged as well as built houses for widows and orphans and that the church operates the largest skills acquisition centre in Port Harcourt that has trained over 30,000 Nigerians in the last ten years on different vocational skills for free.