Thursday, 17 December 2015

Breaking News: World Renowned Bishop Adopts Chief Dr. Ilonzo of CHPA as His Mother


R-L; Chief Dr. F.I.N. Ilonzo, CEO/Founder of CPHA; Bishop Michael Amamieye and Princess Nwanne Campo, daugther of Ilonzo


 
By Okechukwu Onuegbu

The word ‘joy’ best described the mood of Bishop Michael O. Amamieye, the President of Aggressive Faith Ministries, Port Harcourt when the founder and Chief Executive Officer, Center for Herbal Studies/ Centre for Psychic and Healing Administration (CPHA), Chief Dr. Mrs Flora I.N. Ilonzo (Amb. P) unequivocally accepted to adopt him and his teeming congregation as sons and daughters.




R-L, Ilonzo, Ezeuzu, Bishop Amamieye and Princess Campo at the monarch's palace





Some journalists at the event


Comrade Okechukwu Onuegbu, CEO/Publisher of News48hrs.com




Princess Campo while promoting a gospel music to Ezeuzu







Bishop Amamieye, whose members scattered across the globe said he had travelled through Kenya to Uganda before coming to Nigeria specifically to see and implore the mother of nature, Dr. Ilonzo to adopt them as her children, and also provide for them in her newly commissioned CPHA Mental Home& Skill Acquisition Centre.

On how he learnt of CPHA, the small but mighty prelate explained that he read so much about its humanitarian services on internet, but became more convinced after his encounter with one of the founder’s daughters, Her Excellency Princess Nwanne Campo where both of them received awards of excellence at Holland.
 
Amamieye while blessing God for providing them with the befitting place to inculcating knowledge of how to catch fish, called on the governments, NGOs, private individuals, the religious, and other interested individuals to invest their resources into the home for better society today and tomorrow.

Astonished by the august visitor, Chief Dr. Ilonzo took the prelate to her father, Obi Gibson Nwosu, the Traditional Ruler of Awka, who blessed and assured the Bishop that his ‘new mother’ cannot disappoint them because according to him, Ilonzo inherited her profession from the nature in order to reconcile man with the nature having discovered that they were in conflict which ought not to be.

To further demonstrate her passion for children, Ilonzo during the visit celebrated the students of Igwebuike Grammar Secondary School, Awka who were at the palace to honour their patron, Ezeuzu whose house won their 2015 Inter House Sports, and charged them to ensuring that their diets are their medications.

She expressed her delights over the visit, even as she disclosed that CPHA had dedicated part of the skills acquisition center to Bishop Michael Amamieye.

The CPHA boss also reiterated her point that the lunatics to be treated in the centre would be treated for free, after which they would be trained on skills with a view to empowering them for self-sufficiency, but insisted that none be would admitted therein without proper registration for data documentation and easy identification which must be done by their family members and/or President Generals/Traditional Rulers.

She also disclosed that Premium Block Industry has donated free 200 blocks to the center and appealed for more support from all and sundry in order to eliminate poverty and madness in our society.

Highlight of the occasion was when Chief Dr. Ilonzo, her daughter-Princess Campo, staffers of CPHA, friends and relatives led Bishop Amamieye round the newly commissioned home where the visitor was briefed of its various departments such as herbarium, tailoring, computer training, phone repair, soap making, shoemaking, automobile repairs, driving school, hair dressing, moulding and building interlocking stones, bricklaying, furniture-making, barbing salons, cassava processing, etc. 
Ilonzo, Ezeuzu, others in group picture with students of Igwebuike Grammer school, Awka
 

SHARE THIS

Author:

Etiam at libero iaculis, mollis justo non, blandit augue. Vestibulum sit amet sodales est, a lacinia ex. Suspendisse vel enim sagittis, volutpat sem eget, condimentum sem.

0 comments: