Amaechi Dubem Okwuosa
As a missionary and ordained Archdeacon, Amaechi Okwuosa strives to help people in need. Presently serving as the General Overseer of the New Bethel Christian Centre (NBCC), Amaechi Okwuosa began his career as a legal professional with the National Youth Service Corps. Subsequently leaving to start his law firm, Dubem Okwuosa & Co., he handled litigation, legal drafting, and provided counsel. He has also worked as a Senior Legal Officer for the Nigerian Shippers Council and continues was a Partner in the law offices of OFIANYI CHAMBERS.
In 2010, Amaechi Okwuosa began his humanitarian efforts with the NBCC. As the foundation's principal spiritual leader and member of the governing body, Amaechi Okwuosa carries out his work with the assistance of the department heads, and ensures the completion of philanthropic activities. By providing financial assistance for medical treatment, shelters, and various educational programs, Mr. Okwuosa’s charity has helped many people living in the United Kingdom and throughout the world overcome challenging circumstances.
From an early age, Amaechi Okwuosa displayed many positive tendencies that led him to become a missionary and charitable organizer. A member of the Boy Scouts of Nigeria and the Nigerian Red Cross Society, he often mediated difficult social situations to help his secondary school classmates resolve disputes. These altruistic characteristics continued through college where he provided financial assistance, accommodations, and transportation to his peers through the help of his family.
A graduate of the Nigerian Law School and the Faith Theological Christian University, Amaechi Okwuosa holds several degrees, including a Bachelor of Laws, a Diploma in Theology, and a Doctor of Divinity. His numerous charitable endeavors also include free Christian counseling services, and he has travelled widely in his evangelistic work. To date, he has visited 48 of the United States and almost every country in Europe and Africa doing charitable work.