A PROPHETESS WITH A VISION AND A MISSION

Prophetess Dr. Margaret Ade Mayaki

After a powerful divine encounter with the Lord in 2004, Prophetess Dr. Margaret Ade Mayaki founded the “Sanctuary for the Broken Hearted International Ministries” in London, she is also the Convenor of National Women’s Day of Prayer (London and Nigeria) , Thecitypulsenews.

The great prophetess and philanthropist is the President of Nigerian Women in Diaspora Prays UK, a group which comprises of Christians and Muslims who prays for Nigeria every quarter in London.
Prophetess Mayaki is called “A Prophet to the nation” with a strong gift of healing and raising of the dead in 2005.
The President of Deborah Mentorship Network Armies’ heart is to see that those who are broken spiritually, emotionally and physically are restored, bringing them to a place of fulfilment.

Her ministry has touched many lives, the hopeless became hopeful,the helpless got helped spiritually and financially.
She led Nigerians in the United Kingdom in prayers during the 50th Anniversary where the former Nigeria Vice President was present with some other dignitaries from Nigeria.
After her secondary school education in Nigeria.

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Prophetess Mayaki proceeded to the United Kingdom where she was educated at the Crown College for Further Studies at Kings Cross, London where she obtained her Higher National Diploma in Secretarial studies. She also attended some courses on Social Care and Housing and worked for many years before the call to ministry.
She attended Faith International Training School (FITS), Fort Myers, Florida, USA where she obtained a Higher Diploma in Ministry. She was awarded a Professorship and Doctor of Theology and Divinity from GMOR South West University Munster, Indiana, USA.

Ade Mayaki A PROPHETESS WITH A VISION AND A MISSION
Prophetess Dr. Margaret Ade Mayaki

Part of prophetess Dr Ade Mayaki’s humongous contribution to humanity is her proposed orphanage and school for the less privileged in Kogi state.