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TREM at 40: It has been a journey of adventures – Bishop Mike Okonkwo

By Guardian Exclusive
29 November 2021   |   10:01 am
Presiding Bishop of The Redeemed Evangelical Mission (TREM), Dr. Mike Okonkwo, and his Wife, Bishop Peace Okonkwo talks to GuardianTV about the church's journey, innovations, and how the church has been impacting society in different ways in the last 40 years.

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