KICC

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KICCKenyatta International Conference Centre (Nairobi, Kenya)
KICCKingsway International Christian Centre (London, England, UK)
KICCKentucky International Convention Center
KICCKyocera Industrial Ceramics Corporation
KICCKuwait Iraq C4 Commercialization (post-Operation Iraqi Freedom effort to re-establish the infrastructure)
KICCKobe International Community Center (Kobe International Center for Cooperation and Communication; Japan)
KICCKids in Center City (website)
KICCKingdom Interdenominational Community Church (San Bernardino, CA)
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The Nigerian-led Kingsway International Christian Centre has over 10,000 members--the largest in the United Kingdom.
Sadly before we all get too excited, and ahead of the game after yesterday's news (see lead story) a more immediate resurrection will see pilgrims rather that punters heading in their droves to Chingford Road after it was revealed that a huge tent has been erected at the site to be used for Christmas services given by the Kingsway International Christian Centre, described as the largest evangelical church in the country with 10,000 people regularly attending.
No more nightmares for both of you." Prayers were said for the children at nearby Kingsway International Christian Centre.
Other winners were the Nigerian pastor, Matthew Ashimolowo, founder of the Kingsway International Christian Centre, for inspirational and spiritual leadership; Dr Emmanuel Akuffo, a consultant psychiatrist at the St Bartholomew Hospital in London, for his selfless and untiring devotion to the development of the Ghanaian community in the UK; Stanley Ohajururka, speaker of the Abia State House of Assembly in Nigeria, for exceptional leadership; and Rev Kojo Ntiamoah-Amaning, founder of the Ghanama Presbyterian Church, for his pioneering and leadership role.
The Kingsway International Christian Centre (KICC), which is led by a wealthy African pastor, has bought a former Methodist church in the Black Country.