Senior Pastor of Jesus house London and special assistant to Pastor E A Adeboye was named Man Of the year at the recent Central Association Of Nigerians In The United Kingdom (CANUK).
Agu Irukwu is a law graduate of the University of Warwick, UK. A former investment banker and partner in a law firm; he is now the Senior Pastor of Jesus house for all nations London, one of the
largest churches in the United Kingdom. He oversees over 600 parishes in his capacity as the Chairman of the Executive Council of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, UK.
He is the Chair of the organising committee of the Festival of Life, the largest prayer gathering of its kind in Europe with an attendance of over 45,000 people at each of its biannual programs.
He is the founder of the Mandate Men’s Ministries, a charity which seeks to empower, equip, encourage and raise Godly men. He is also a key member of the One People Commission of the
Evangelical Alliance. A body set up to integrate black majority churches more fully into the Evangelical Alliance. He was voted Britain’s most inspirational black person of 2012 in a
poll conducted by the mayor of London’s office and the London Metro. In addition to his responsibilities as a pastor and a church leader, he also serves as a Non-Executive Director to several companies. He is
passionate about strengthening the family structure, raising men and women to become Godly leaders, and the role the church plays in society.
He co-founded a children’s charity with his wife, Sola, called Bright Futures for African Children. A charity which seeks to break the cycle of poverty by providing educational facilities and resources to
children in poverty stricken communities in Africa. Pastors Agu and Sola Irukwu have three children and live Eastcote, Middlesex.
Pictured with Charles Ajayi Khiran MC & Compere of the event
(Pictured- Award being presented by Chairman of CANUK Babatunde Loye)