By Bideh Williams 

When on April 9, 2000 , Jeremiah Ejikeme, general superintendent of Faith Pentecostal Ministry, Umuahia, stood before a large congregation to testify that God raised him from death, January 29, 2000 , it sounded incredible. He claimed to have been certified dead at the Model Hospital and Maternity, 4, Oboru Street ,Umuahia, Abia State on January 25, and was transferred to the morgue before his dramatic "resurrection" five days later. 

Ejikeme thanked God for using Victor Onukogu, popularly known as Daddy Hezekiah, founder of Living Christ Mission for the miracle. 

Meet Bizwatch’s Top 40 Under-40 Nigerian Entrepreneurs (Part 1)

They are young, upwardly mobile and on top of their games. These young men and women, who are under 40 years of age, have taken their destinies in their hands, defying all odds, to become their own bosses, despite the harsh economic terrain they face in Nigeria.

Meet BizwatchNigeria’s Top 40 Under-40 Nigerian Entrepreneurs, carefully selected from across various business sectors, ranging from Real Estate to Technology, Oil & Gas, Media, Fashion, Food, Financial Services and Consultancy, amongst others. The listing presented is in no particular order.