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Nonnie Roberson the founder of Sisterhood Africa Global is dead

We mourn but we do not do so like those without hope.

Prophetess Nonnie Roberson, the founder of Sisterhood Africa Global, one of the biggest female Facebook group is dead.

Evangelist Nonnie reportedly died in the early hours of today at Nizamiye Hospital after a surgery.

Confirming her demise, one of her associates, Elder Theophilus said “She died of abdominal pains which she complained of on Sunday,”

Her death was announced on her Facebook group by the ministry. It read;

With heavy hearts but gratitude to God for a beautiful and visionary life well spent in His vine yard, we announce the passing to eternal glory of our Visioner and founder PROPHETESS NONNIE ROBERSON after a surgery yesterday.

She was many things to many people.
To live is Christ, To die is gain.
We mourn but we do not do so like those without hope.

Woman Of God, you fought a good fight, you finished your course, enter into the joy of our Father until we all meet to part no more.

Signed
Nonnie Roberson ministries Intl
Sisterhood Africa/Global
Women in Clergy
New Wine Ministeries

Apart from being a passionate lover of Christ, she is a successful entrepreneur and understands how to navigate the market place ministry. 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.

Nonnie is also the founder of the ”Women in Clergy” where she oversees various projects such as Christ on the Street, Detained by Birth and Rising Army.

Nonnie Roberson is married with four children and numerous spiritual children

May her gentle soul rest in peace….

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