MARTIN OKECHUKWU OTA, MD, FWACP, FRCP, PhD
27 Blijde Inkomstlaan, 1560 Hoeilaart.
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A combination of a career in medical research and part-time pastor as an Associate Pastor of the Living Faith Church worldwide with Headquarters in Lagos, Nigeria. Joined and remained with Living Faith Church since 1996. Trained at the Word of Faith Bible Institute (WOFBI) of this Commission in April 1996 with courses touching on basic spiritual concepts such as New Creation Realities, Word Foundation, Principles of Faith, Determining Divine Direction, Family Life, Principles of Financial Prosperity, The Holy Spirit, Commanding the Supernatural, Principles of Answered Prayers, Principles of Ministry, Principles of Success, and Principles of Divine Health.
Date Ordained as Pastor:
• 01 March 2009, at Winners’ Chapel International Church, The Gambia
Current Spiritual Position:
• Associate Pastor, Winners’ Chapel International Church Brussels, Belgium.
Current Circular Position:
Director, Clinical Read-Out Team Leader, GlaxoSmithKline Biologicals, Belgium.
• Associate Pastor, Winners’ Chapel International Church, Brazzaville, Congo (November 2012 to June 2018).
• Associate Pastor, Winners’ Chapel International Church The Gambia (March 2009 to October 2012).
Selected Relevant Experience:
Guest international preacher to churches
Lecturer at Word of Faith Bible Institute in The Gambia, Congo and Brussels
Assistance to the Resident Pastor in Congo, Gambia and Belgium.
Graduation - University of Nigeria College of Medicine, Enugu, Nigeria; basic training for medical doctor (1979-1985).
Medical Residence - University of Port Harcourt Teaching Hospital, Nigeria; Specialist training programme in Paediatrics (1989-1991).
PhD - Open University of UK; Immunology (1998-2002).
Post-doctoral Fellowship – Johns Hopkins School of Public Health (2002-2004).
Scientific communications (detailed list upon request)
112 Peer reviewed publications, 1 book chapters, and over 90 abstracts in scientific congresses.