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Mensa Otabil

Mensa Otabil

Mensa Otabil is a Ghanaian theologian, motivational speaker, and entrepreneur. He is the founder of International Central Gospel Church headquartered in Accra, Ghana. He is also the founder and Chancellor of Central University College, and CEO of Otabil and Associates, an executive and Leadership Growth Consultancy.

1959

04 July 1959

Born

In summary, Dag Heward-Mills received a divine instruction to teach and started a fellowship of five people in a canteen in 1985, later establishing Lighthouse Chapel International in 1988 and acquiring a local theater in Korle-Gonno in 1991. He also founded the Anagkazo Bible and Ministry Training Center, became the pastor of First Love Church, and created various churches under the UD-OLGC, spanning multiple countries and regions.


1959

31 October 1959

Born

Mensa Anamua Otabil was born on 31 August 1959 to Dinah and Lloyd Otabil who lived on Asafo Street in Sekondi-Takoradi, in the Western Region of Ghana

2018

04 July 2018

Awards and recognition

Otabil, along with Kofi Annan and Martin Amidu, was recognized as one of the 100 Most Reputable Africans in March 2018, and he has been voted as the "Most Influential Person in Ghana" by Ghanaians in 2015, as well as being ranked as the twenty-fourth most influential Ghanaian in 2013.


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