World bishops enthrone Jemine as Archbishop in Sapele
By Solomon Yeigagha
The World Bishops Council West Africa, Altimate Priesthood College Of Bishops, Apostles and Missionary Network In Conjunction With Zion’s Bishops Council has consecrated and enthroned the renowned Rev Prophet (Dr.) Jemine Mike, aka Computer as Archbishop in his Sapele cathedral.
The consecration and enthronement ceremony took place on Saturday, August 27, 2022 at the New Restoration Zion Church of Christ, Cherubim and Seraphim Church in Sapele, Delta State.
Archbishop (Prof.) Alex Eseimokumoh (JP), the West Africa representative to the world Bishops Council stated that one can decide to become Bishop but can only be qualified if consecrated and certified.
According to Archbishop Eseimokumoh, the enthronement exercises with Prophet Jemine indicated that he has been accepted to bear the name Archbishop anywhere in the world.
“I represent world Bishop Council West Africa, I come to decorate and install Archbishop here in Sapele. He is called by God and by the grace of God it was successful because it’s a plan of God. The dresses we wore him are not ordinary but they are spiritual dresses to grace the occasion in a spiritual way.
“Bishopric is a desire, people may desire to be Bishop but you can’t be a Bishop without been installed and consecrated. Bishops are consecrated while Archbishops are installed. So this exercises is a proof that Mike Jemine has been accepted to bear the name Archbishop anywhere in the world,” he stated.
Also speaking, Archbishop (Dr.) Afesuku Ebiarede, Chairman, Zion’s Bishops Council stated that, Archbishop Mike is enthroned to be Bishop basically to be the head of affairs and the number one person in his own mission, not the whole world.
“This enthronement is a peculiar one, is a placing in as head of affairs and the number one person in his own mission. The dressing code and everything shows the symbolization of Christ.
“The major thing in there is the name given to him, representing the high priest which Jesus, as a mediator between us and the forgiveness of sin,” he noted.
An excited Archbishop Mike Jemine stated that, it was not his will to become Bishop but God’s will and he tasked other church leaders to worship God in truth and sincerity, nothing that, “na my good works the Archbishops hear to come today and enthrone me as their fellow Archbishop”.
GbaramatuVoice writes that eight members in the church were awarded with Certificates of Peace Ambassadors.
Those awarded were Apostle Joseph Kabaka Doigbagha, Pastor Win Robinson, Pastor Adeolu Ogunkalu, Apostle Ebi Aboh, Superior Senior Apostle Youpele, Boanerge Tamaramiesinte Mike Jemine, Ayoba Esther, Mike Jemine and Boanerge Ibakeye Ododomo.
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