Nigeria's Leading Lights of the Gospel: Revolutionaries in Worldwide Christianity

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WestBow Press, 2013 - Всего страниц: 544
Femi Adelegan, a Nigerian child of God, is a deacon at the Sword of the Spirit Ministries, a Nigerian Pentecostal organization founded by Bishop Francis Wale Oke. He was born to Christian parents. His father was the late Chief S. T. Adelegan, a one-time vice-president of Nigeria’s chapter of the Young Men’s Christian Association and deputy speaker, Western Nigeria House of Assembly. His late mother, Mrs. Eunice Adelegan, was a very strong member of the Young Women’s Christian Association. Currently the principal secretary to the national secretary of the People’s Democratic Party (the ruling political party in Nigeria), the author is a seasoned bureaucrat and information manager with a broad horizon. He was chief private secretary/adviser to the governor of Osun State on policies, programmes and plans implementation (2003–2010) and chief press secretary to four successive governors of Osun State (1994–2000). He is the author of Governance: An Insider’s Reflections on the Nigerian Polity (2009) and The Press Secretary (1998).

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Femi Adelegan studied mass communications at the University of Lagos and was the pioneer secretary of the Osun State Council of the Nigeria Union of Journalists and member, National Executive Council of the union (1992ndash;1994). He attended the forty-first session of the United Nations General Assembly in the United States in 1986 and was a delegate to the 180th session of the General Assembly and Executive Board session of UNESCO, held in France in 2008, 2009, and 2011; member of the Nigeria presidentrsquo;s delegations to United States, China, and Vietnam (2006) and G-20 Summit in Canada (2010). The author has visited all parts of the world and is happily married to Deaconess Oluwafunmilayo; the union is blessed with children.

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