K. O. K. Onyioha

Kalu Onu Kama Onyioha (born in Nkporo, in present-day Abia State Nigeria), commonly referred to as K.O.K. Onyioha was the supreme Spiritual leader and founder of Godianism, religion also known as Chiism.[1][2][3][4][5]

K. O. K. Onyioha
Kalu Onu Kama Onyioha

Nkporo, Abia State, Nigeria


  1. ^ Welch, Ashton Wesley (March 1983). "Chief K. O. K. Onyioha. African Godianism: A Revolutionary Religion for Mankind through Direct Communication with God. Buffalo, N.Y.: Conch Magazine, Ltd., 1980. vii + 124 pp. $15.00, hardcover". African Studies Review. 26 (1): 164–165. doi:10.2307/524620. ISSN 0002-0206. JSTOR 524620. S2CID 227310481.
  2. ^ Onyioha, K. O. K. (1980). African Godianism: A Revolutionary Religion for All Mankind Through Direct Communication with God. ISBN 0914970313.
  3. ^ Furlong, Patrick J. (1992). "Azikiwe and the National Church of Nigeria and the Cameroons: A Case Study of the Political Use of Religion in African Nationalism". African Affairs. 91 (364): 433–452. doi:10.1093/oxfordjournals.afraf.a098530. ISSN 0001-9909. JSTOR 722265.
  4. ^ "godianism (Religious Movement)". what-when-how.com. Retrieved 2019-12-06.
  5. ^ Onyioha, K. O. K. (1980). African Godianism : a revolutionary religion for mankind through direct communication with God /. Owerri [Nigeria]: Conch Magazine. ISBN 978-0-914970-31-6.