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Charles Agyin-Asare

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Bishop Charles Agyin-Asare (English pronunciation: /ˌɑːdʒɪnəˈsɑri/; born 22 March 1962) is the founder and presiding bishop of Word Miracle Church International and other associate churches, a Pentecostal-charismatic ministry with branches all over the world. He is, in addition, an author of many bestsellers, and a televangelist best known for his healing and miracle crusades held all over the world—from places like Côte d'Ivoire and Nigeria, to others like Pakistan and India—which are shown on his television program, God’s Miracle Power. On the evening of 22 March 1962, Agyin-Asare (originally called Charles Ekow) was born in Achiase, Ghana, to Andrew Kofi Esar Asare,a soldier, and Elizabeth Arthur, a baker. Born in a Roman Catholic home, Agyin-Asare was nicknamed “dada” and “priest” by family and peers. Agyin-Asare, it is said, was very outspoken and intelligent as a child, and thus was always a good student, in spite of his parents’ divorce in 1971. Being skipped ahead of his normal class, Agyin-Asare went to St. Martin’s Secondary School at the age of 11, where most of his life was altered; over there he indulged in alcoholism and drug abuse, which sooner got him expelled from  ( Wikipedia article )

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Known as
Bishop Charles Agyin-Asare
Date of birth
1962-03-22

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