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The Last Outcast
The unique birth of Christ by a virgin, his death and resurrection form the very cornerstone of the Christian faith. Faithfuls have worshipped God through Christ because of the claim that he is the only one with such a unique birth and the only historical figure who died and rose again on the third day....more
Reverend Chris Okotie was born on the 16th of June, 1958 to the family of Francis Idje and Cecilia Okotie in Ethiope West Local Government area of Delta State, South-South Nigeria. He had his primary education between 1964 and 1970 at Kirikiri Primary School, Lagos, as his father, who was a civil servant, was stationed in Lagos at the time. He proceeded to Edo College in Benin for his secondary education between 1971 and 1977. He had his 'A' Level certificate in 1978 and went on to study Law at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka, in the former Anambra but now Enugu state. His multi-talented nature was evident from his childhood and became more apparent when he became the lead singer of the Edo College school band. His exploits in music blossomed and while he was studying law at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka, he eventually rose to become the most celebrated Nigerian pop music star in 1980 when he released his first album, ‘I Need Someone.' At the peak of his young musical career and to the bewilderment of the show business world and the general public, in 1984, read more