I was born on September 26, 1976 in Esu –Wum, Menchum Division of the North West Region of Cameroon out of a union between Mr Chi Victor and his wife Chi Lucy Ekange.
I left Primary School in 1989 and lacked funds to continue in secondary school. I then learnt motor electricity yet stopped for want of money. So, I left for the South West Region and worked with Honorable Efite Andrew as house Boy. One day in Mutengene, I saw a crowd listening to a preacher and went closer. Suddenly, the preacher spotted me out and prophesied to me saying: ‘God is going to use you mightily, make you a great and famous Prophet that would be known all over the world’. I took him for a fake pastor.
A few days later, our church pastor from Sierra-Leone, said the same thing as above and declared a period of fasting. I accepted but broke the fast before the due date. When it ended, he asked me to accept the calling. I was perplexed. He continued saying God had asked him to take me to his country. Finally, he told me to be humble and leave the rest to God.
In December 1999, we reached Lagos, Nigeria. He lodged me in his friend’s home and left. One day, the half paralyzed head of the household said he had a vision in which God told him to ask me not to continue to Sierra-Leone and that God shown him my star. He then asked me to join the SCOAN free evangelical school, which I did. After my first day at SCOAN, I realized the need to know more about Jesus Christ our Saviour.
Back home that night, I asked God to reveal who Prophet TB JOSHUA was. I soon fell into a trance, found myself in a room lit by the rays of a large star. A heard a voice saying: “stand up and go outside”, which I did. There, I saw three men dressed in white, all looking up to the sky and saying “Hosanna to the God of Prophet T. B. Joshua”. There stood the latter staring at me. I then woke up. Funny enough, the song I had been singing before going into the trance was still on my lips. The following night, I was again caught up in a trance and saw a man standing by my bed side. His body was like bronze and his eyes blazing like fire. He led me to Cameroon where he showed me places to be developed. Finally, he said: “whatever you ask the father in my name, I will do”. Now conscious, the words I had just repeated after him were still on my lips.