Dr Mike Mike Okonkwo MFR – The Presiding Bishop

Dr. Mike Okonkwo MFR the Presiding Bishop of TREM was born on September 6, 1945 to the family of Pa and Ma Okonkwo of Ogbunike in Oyi Local Government Area of Anambra State. He started his primary education at Salvation Army Primary School Enugu, but later moved to Ijero Baptist Primary School in Ebute Metta, Lagos. He however completed his primary education at St. Marks Primary School, Offa in Kwara State. He started his secondary education at Mayflower College, Ikenne and completed it at Merchants of Light Grammar School, Oba Anambra State in 1963.

Bishop Peace Okonkwo

Bishop Peace Okonkwo is the Resident Pastor of the Headquarters Church of The Redeemed Evangelical Mission (TREM), and Proprietress of the Word of Power Group of Schools. She is a pillar of hope for the Body of Christ and reflects a contagious joy and peace that only comes from God. Her passion is giving hope to women and children around the world. Standing behind the scenes giving a hugely supportive role to her husband the Presiding Bishop has brought her into the limelight; truly her gift made a way for her and brought her before kings.

Bishop Reuben Olu Oke

Bishop Dr Reuben Oke was born on January 1, 1957 to the family of Mr. Joshua Olasunkanmi Oke and Mrs. Comfort Siewola Oke of Oke -Apata, Gbongan in Osun State. He attended United Anglican Primary School, Omoni, Modakeke and later proceeded to Anglican (mixed) commercial Secondary Model School, Modakeke, Ile-Ife and later Ife City College, Ile-Ife. He worked in Ilaro, Ogun State between 1977 and 1980 as a surveyor.

Bishop Walter Mbamara

Bishop Walter Chikadibia Mbamara was born to Late Mr. Mathias and Mrs. Joy Mbamara on August 1, 1947, in Owerri – Ezikala in the present Orumba South Local Government Area of Anambra State. A cultured man of God of repute, Walter had his primary education in Owerre- Ezikala. His dream and enthusiasm to have a straight course education was dashed when he lost his father early in life. There was no immediate relative to continue the payment of his school fees and upkeep. He was not deterred as he quickly engaged in petty trading in provisions. Again, this was short-lived due to the Civil War. The ebullient and youthful Walter soon enlisted in the Biafran Army, and fought in the war that lasted from 1967 to 1970.