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Dr Karowei Dorgu
Bishop of Woolwich
Dr Karowei Dorgu was ordained Deacon in 1995 and Priest in 1996. His curacy was at St Mark, Tollington Park followed in 1998 to building the community of faith at St John, Upper Holloway, before being consecrated Bishop of Woolwich in 2017. Born and brought up in Nigeria, Dr Dorgu worked as a medical doctor before ordination. He has a deep concern for mission and has invariably led open-air evangelism in his parish which saw his church grow remarkably. His postgraduate theological research is in Missiology and is keen about sharing the good news of Salvation through faith in Jesus Christ.
Ambassador George Adesola Oguntade, CFR, CON,
The High Commissioner of the Federal Republic of Nigeria to the United Kingdom
Born in Ijebu-Ode in the old Western Nigeria on March 10, 1940, Ambassador George attended Ijebu-Ode Grammar School between 1953 and 1958. Thereafter he proceeded to Holborn College of Law [University of London], UK (1961-1964); and the Nigerian Law School, Lagos in 1965. He was called to the Nigerian Bar on January 15, 1966. He was in private legal practice for 14 years and was appointed a Judge of the Lagos State High Court in 1980, and then the Court of Appeal in 1988, and in May 19 2004, he was elevated to the highest court of the land, Supreme Court of Nigeria where he served meritoriously till March 10, 2010 having attained the mandatory retirement age of 70 years.