His Grace, the Most Rev. Prof. Daddy Hezekiah MFR, is the Anointed Prophet of the Most HIGH God, The Lion of the Tribe of Igbo (Odum Ebo Igbo), the Founder and Leader of Living Christ Mission Inc., Born to the family of Police Supt. and Magistrate Obadiah and Mrs. Mary Onukogu. Hails from Nkwerre in Imo State of Nigeria. Called and accepted Jesus Christ as Lord and personal Saviour in 1967 and set apart to His divine service. He has numerous Spiritual children all over the world, including a special child.
The Living Christ Mission Inc. which he founded believes in nurturing and preparing people, especially young people that shall take responsibility for building society. This is based on the understanding that leadership at all strata of society is crucial to building lasting civilizations and that leadership is best served by knowledge.
The Hezekiah University Library is the center of academic excellence and a beehive of research and learning activities in the university. The take-off Library is a modest storey building facility holding nearly five thousand volumes of relevant books and journals in all disciplines currently offered in the University. The library is well funded and as much as 10% of annual university recurrent expenditure is committed to its growth. The Library handles all book matters of the university including the procurement, storage, registration of users, lending and collection services. The library is headed by a qualified and competent University Librarian who is responsible to the Vice-Chancellor for the day to day operations of the library.
From the moment you are admitted into Hezekiah University, you are afforded limitless openings to expand your academic encounters and nurture marketable career skills. Our curriculum combines rigorous academic demands with exceptional flexibility and embraces openness in the pursuit of knowledge. Our academic staff stand ready to help you navigate your course of study and are committed to giving you the individual attention you need to excel in life.
Applicants who have sat for the University Matriculation Examination (UME) may be admitted into the first year degree programme if: