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Our family relocated to Abuja from Lagos in October 2000. Setting out for the federal capital, I knew that God was sending me to do a new work of Ministry as I was, until then, one of the Ministers at the City of David Parish of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) in Lagos. My wife, Obiageli (Oby), who had been assigned back home from the Harvard University Centre for International Development in the United States, was provided a dual purpose accommodation (office and home). It was located in the Maitama District.

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My family joined TEAP in 2003. I was 41yrs then that is 2003 and by 16th October, 2003, Sister Oby facilitated my employment at the Nigerian Maritime Authority (NMA), now NIMASA as a Senior Admin. Officer (S.A.O). I rose to the position of Assistant Director, Monitoring & Enforcement on 1st. January, 2019. I held the office until I retired voluntarily on 1st. January, 2020 to join my Family in abroad. 

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I have memories of the good, the bad, and the ugly in my life. But at the top of it all was the good I got from my fellowship at The Everlasting Arms Parish (TEAP). It wasn’t just good, it was great, it was awesome, and it was a period that was used by God to sculpture, paint, re-write, define and ultimately beautify the landscape of my whole life.

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''A mighty fortress is our God, a bulwark never failing..." 

That hymn by Martin Luther was my chosen recessional song. As we marched piously out of the sanctuary, singing joyously while gazing with hope to our new future together,

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Love brought me to the TEAP Family mid-2001 and love kept me there. 

My husband, Andrew had relocated to Abuja and was worshipping at RCCG – The Everlasting Arms Parish (TEAP), then meeting at Pastors Chinedu and Oby Ezekwesili’s home in Maitama. They were from the ‘Apapa Family’ in Lagos where we also had our ‘roots’, so it seemed logical that I accompany my guy there. The genuine, ‘undiluted - everyone matters - we are one - your pain is mine - your joy is mine – this is home’ love of Pastor Chinedu and Oby Ezekwesili kept me.

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