Chioma Is an indigenous gospel minister in Nigeria. She was born as Amaka Okwuoha on January 12 in Aba in Abia State, Nigeria. She lost her parents, late Nze Euzebius Chukwumaeze Ebizie and Polo Dorothy Ebieze, at a tender age.
She was left alone as the eldest of seven children. She became a born again Christian in 1986, August 28 in a revival programme in her village that was hosted by her Church.
She was still very young when she gave her life to Christ. After she did, she experienced several trials at school and at other places.
She had the fear of God in her so much that she refused to contribute money for exam malpractice during her WASC exam.
She insisted she’d rather fail her exams instead of contributing to bribe examiners. Due to her refusal, other students who were willing to pay some money for the malpractice planned to distract her in the hall and outside.
She reported the situation to OAU Ugoha, one of her brothers who wrote petition letter, informing the school principal of the repercussions and consequencies for their act.
The issue was raised to community heights and the malpractice exam came to an halt. Chioma Jesus is an active member of the Scripture Union.
She is happily married to Evangelist Callistus Okwuoha and they have been graced with beautiful children.