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Jackson Masebe

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Jackson Mlungisi Masebe
Personal details
BornJuly 1918
Mgwali Village, Eastern Cape
Died08 May 2004
Port Elizabeth
NationalitySouth African
DenominationUnited Ethiopian Church of Africa

Rev Jackson Mlungisi Masebe (July 1918 – 8 May 2004), also known as “Nkomo” or “Mntungwa” to his converts, was born in Mgwali village near Qonce (King Williams Town), Eastern Cape, South Africa.[1] He was converted in one of Nicholas Bhengu’s Back to God crusades in 1950, East London.[2] He worked closely with the man of God in the Assemblies of God (AOG) preaching the gospel wherever he went.

He attended Union Bible Institute (UBI), KwaZulu-Natal and in 1958 he graduated top of his class. As a dedicated servant of God, in the late 1960s he started home cell prayer meetings which led to revivals in Pietermaritzburg and the founding of the United Ethiopian Church of Africa (UECA) later in 1970.[3]

In his effort to expand the work started in Pietermaritzburg, he worked tirelessly, and in October 1973 he felt the call to go to Gqeberha (Port Elizabeth). He arrived on the 13 October 1973 and began preaching, holding home cell prayer meetings which led to the establishment of the headquarters of the United Ethiopian Church of Africa (UECA). These prayer meetings sparked revival fires throughout Port Elizabeth, Uitenhage and surrounding areas. At the time of his passing away, the UECA was established throughout South Africa. In the ministry he had close working relationships with many giants of God namely, Reverend Robert Sondishe (AOG), Reverend A Ngcangisa (AOG), Reverend Elliot Mashicila and many more,


  1. Jimmy, Matyu. "Top Religious leader dies". The Herald. Retrieved 17 April 2005.
  2. "Nicholas Bhengu, South Africa, Assemblies of God". Retrieved 6 February 2023.
  3. "Church founder Masebe dies". Dispatch. Retrieved 19 January 2005.

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