Who is Nonnie Roberson?

Nonnie Roberson is a seasoned midwife, seer, and prophetess; a mother with infectious love who God has trained and prepared for such a time as this.

Through wisdom and the power of the Holy Spirit, she skillfully and delicately unties those who are bound, leading and mentoring God’s children with the word of God as they fulfill destiny and take their place in God’s end time agenda.

Apart from being a passionate lover of Christ, she is a successful entrepreneur and understands how to navigate the market place ministry. Her work reaches out to the poor, outcast and downtrodden in the society.

Having pastored a local assembly for 10 years, she has seen the need to reach out to the un-churched. This she does through her outreach programs to prisons, hospitals, prostitutes, drug addicts, widows, and orphans.

She is the founder of Sisterhood Africa (SHA), a closed group of over one million women who she ministers to and counsels. She is also the founder of the group, Women in Clergy.

She oversees various projects such as Christ on the Street, Detained by Birth and Rising Army.

Nonnie Roberson is married with four biological children and numerous spiritual children.

Nonnie Roberson

Prophetess Nonnie Roberson Dead

Nigerian popular female pastor and President of Nigerian Women in Clergy, Prophetess Nonnie Roberson is dead.

Reporters gathered that the cleric died Wednesday morning 10 April 2019, after complaining of abdominal pain.

Confirming the death to this newspaper, one of her associates, Elder Theophilus said Nonnie passed away in the early hours of Wednesday.

โ€She died of abdominal pains which she complained of on Sunday,โ€ he added.

Nonnie Roberson is a seasoned midwife, seer, and prophetess.

She is married with four biological children and numerous spiritual children.

The deceased was a successful entrepreneur, who understands how to navigate the market place ministry. Her works reach out to the poor, outcast and downtrodden in the society.

Nonnie Roberson is the founder of Sisterhood Africa (SHA), a closed group of over one million women, who she ministers to and counsels. (DP)

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