The General Overseer of the Christ Holy Church International, commonly known as Nation Builders, the President of the Organization of African Instituted Churches, and a previous Vice President of the Christian Association of Nigeria are all Rev. Daniel C. Okoh.
Daniel Okoh was born to Christian parents in Kano on November 12, 1963. He is a native of Ndoni in Rivers State, Nigeria’s Ogba/Egbema/Ndoni Local Government Area. He is wed to Ngozi, and together they have four wonderful kids.
Archbishop Daniel Okoh attended Onitsha’s renowned Dennis Memorial Grammar School. He earned his degree in political science and education with a second class upper division from the University of Port-Harcourt in 1988. He then received a diploma in theology from Christ Holy Church Seminary in Onitsha. Since then, he has participated in numerous seminars and courses that are pertinent to his ministry work in Nigeria and overseas.
The Most Reverend Daniel C. Okoh is the President of the Organization of African Instituted Churches, General Overseer of the Christ Holy Church International, also known as Nation Builders, and a former vice president of the Christian Association of Nigeria.
He leads his denomination in ecumenical relations with other denominations in the body of Christ as the General Superintendent of Christ Holy Church International, an African Independent Church, and engages in dialogue with followers of other faiths for harmonious coexistence and long-term development.
Most Rev. Daniel Okoh has held the following roles for more than 20 years while actively participating in ecumenical relations and interfaith discourse both inside and outside of Nigeria: International Chairman of the Organization of African Instituted Churches (OAIC), National President of the OAIC (Nigeria Region) from 2005 to 2014, National Vice-President of the Christian Association of Nigeria (2007–2013), former member of the Board of Directors of the Inter-Faith HIV/AIDS Coalition of Nigeria, Member of the Governing Council of Good News Theological College and Seminary Accra, Ghana, Member of the Nigeria Inter-Religious Council (NIREC), and Board Member of the Additionally, he serves on the board of Christian Solidarity Worldwide (Nigeria).
He served as the sole African representative on the International Forum on Multicultural Ministry’s steering committee from 2000 to 2003. The International Forum on Multicultural Ministry was created and sponsored by the World Council of Churches’ Mission and Evangelism Team.
Archbishop Daniel Okoh was one of the six delegates who represented the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) in the area of politics and governance at the National Political Reform Conference of 2005, which was hosted by the Federal Government of Nigeria. Most Rev. Daniel Okoh served as an institutional representative of the Christian Association of Nigeria on the board of the National Orientation Agency (NOA) from 2009 to 2011.
Daniel Okoh, a de-tribalized Nigerian, has made acquaintances across racial and religious boundaries throughout the years. He welcomes and participates in discussions and programs that will promote sustainable development and peaceful coexistence among all peoples.
In July 2022, Daniel Okoh won the presidency of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN). The country’s top Christian organization, CAN, is made up of five blocs. He held the post for the first time among members of the OAIC bloc of the Christian Association of Nigeria.
Daniel Okoh was chosen as the Christian Association of Nigeria’s next president (CAN). He is thought to be worth an estimate of $500,000 dollars.
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