ONYIOHA, (His Holiness) Kama Onu Kama

high priest of the godian religion; b: July 23, 1923,ht: Ukwa Village, Nkporo, so: Imo; married, has ten children, ed: Nkporo Church of Scotland Mission School, 1930-38; Hope Waddell Training Institution, Calabar, 1939- 41. cr: Constabulary (Police) Force, Constable, 1941-42; West Africa Frontier Force, 1943-46; Reporter, West African Pilot, 1947-48; Sub- Editor, West African Pilot, 1949; Acting Editor, Daily Comet, 1950; Assistant Editor, West African Pilot, 1950-52;md: Nigerian Advertisers, Lagos, 1952-53; Appointed Councillor, Bende Divisional Native Authority Council, 1954-58; Publicity Secretary (Officer), Rivers Pro vinces, Ministry of Information, defunct Eastern Region, 1960; Public Relations Manager, defunct Eastern Nigeria Development Corpora tion, 1961-66; Editor, Eastern Nigeria Development Magazine, 1961- 66; Group Public Relations Manager, Government-owned Companies, defunct Eastern Region, 1967-69 ;ch/md. Onyioha Complex Limited, 1970; ch: Organisation of Traditional Religions of Africa; Founder and Secretary-General, The Nigerian Legion, 1944, its President- General, 1946-56; Treasurer-General, The Zikist Movement, 1946; Secretary-General, The Zikist Movement, 1947-49; elected Lagos District Superintendent, National Church of Nigeria, 1950; Founder, The Nigerian Society for the Blind, Lagos, 1950; Spiritual Head and High Chief Priest, The Godian Religion, since 1962; Founder, The Godian Religion Trado-Medical Research Centre, Ehime Mbano, Imo State, 1982. pp: First Asst. Federal Secretary/mem. defunct National Council of Nigerian Citizens, 1950-52; Division Secretary, Bende Division, National Council of Nigerian Citizens, 1958-59; member, Nkporo Traditional Ruling Council, tt: Amadioha of Nkporo, 1975; Ahanyi of Nkporo, 1979; Nde Oniuine. publ: Catechism and Credo of the National Church of Nigeria, Lagos, 1950; A Civilisation from Africa, Eastern Nigeria Printing Corporation, Enugu, 1962; Revival of Culture in Independent Nigeria, ENPC, Enugu, 1962; Let Religions Live in Peace in Nigeria, ENPC Enugu, 1963; Why The Devils were Painted Black. ENPC, Enugu, 1964; The Flaming of Spiritual Revolution in Nigeria, Enugu, ENPC, 1964; The Metaphysical Background to Traditional Healing in Nigeria, Conch Magazine, New York, 1973; African Godianism: Revolutionary Religion For All Mankind.Conch Magazine Limited, New York 1979; Godianism, Imo Newspapers, Owerri, 1980; The Liturgy ofGodianism. Imo Newspapers Limited, Oweni, 1982. res: 4, Macaulay Street, Umuabia, Imo State.
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