According to his official Biography, Oyakhilome was born on December 7, 1961. He was the eldest son of the family of Tim Oyakhilome.
In 1991, Oyakhilome married the head of UK agency[clarification needed] and fore-runner[clarification needed] Rev Anita Ebhodaghe. They had two daughters (Sharon and Charlene) and divorced after 25 years of marriage on the basis of “Unreasonable Behavior.” Anita Ebodaghe filed for divorce on April 9, 2014 at the Central Family Court in London. They divorced in February 2016. After the separation, they also decided to share custody of their two children. Future Africa Leaders Award is an initiative of Oyakhilome to explore, educate, mentor, highlight and empower intelligent and genuine Leadership Potentials deposite in the lives of young Africans.
Chris Oyakhilome (also known as “Pastor Chris”) (born December 7, 1963) is a pastor who is the founding president of Believers’ Loveworld Incorporated, also known as Christ Embassy. Based in Lagos, Christ Embassy. Oyakhilome’s ministry holds meetings in the United Kingdom and the United States, and has “healing school” sessions in South Africa and Canada.
Oyakhilome also hosts Higher Life conferences in Nigeria, Ghana, South Africa, UK, US and Canada, and organized the Night of Bliss South Africa event at the FNB Stadium in Johannesburg. Oyakhilome also operates an International School of Ministry, which held one of its Ministers’ Network Conferences in 2016 with 5000 ministers in attendance from 145 countries, in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Oyakhilome runs an online prayer network using social media to send messages to Christians in several countries. He had over 1.2 million followers on Twitter in 2013, over 1.9 million followers on Facebook and operates a smartphone messenger called KingsChat. Oyakhilome is also the author of the daily devotional “Rhapsody of Realities”.
On Rhapsody website the “Rhapsody of Realities” devotional is only available for download in over 143 languages either on Apple or Android. Oyakhilome also hosts Higher Life conferences in Nigeria, Ghana, South Africa, UK, US and Canada. In 2015, Oyakhilome was given an honorary doctorate from Ambrose Alli University, and Benson Idahosa University.