Kenneth is married to Melanie Akwar.  They have two daughters.  Kenneth came to the United States in 1990, graduated from Elsik High school in Houston Texas and moved to Lubbock Texas to attend Texas Tech University where he majored in Biochemistry.  With a semester left to complete his bachelor’s degree in Biochemistry, he transferred to the University of Texas at Austin where he completed a four years doctoral program in pharmacy.  Midway into his pharmacy program, he was born again after a semester long meetings with a couple of missionaries with Christians on Campus Ministry.

This experience transformed his perspective on life so much that he committed much of his time ministering to as many people as he could.  During this time, he moved to San Antonio Texas to do part of his pharmacy work.  While in San Antonio, he served at the Strait Gate Baptist church with Pastor Fred Martinez.  His service included door to door evangelism and preaching.  In 2004 he moved to Houston Texas where he also served at Omega Gospel Ministries with Pastor Victor Mbah.  Kenneth served there as a youth minister until 2008. During this time, he started a Bible study group that lasted two years.  With a growing interest in the Word of God, he enrolled into Trinity Theological Seminary School where he graduated in 2012 with a doctorate in Philosophy (Ph.D) in Theology and Apologetics.  It was also during his service at Omega Gospel Ministries that he started Giving Light International Ministry to reach the people of Cameroon with the Gospel of Jesus Christ.  After getting married to Melanie, they both moved to Fort Worth Texas. 

While living in Fort Worth, they attended Christian Victory Chapel (CVC) with Pastor William Nkea as the senior pastor.  As members of CVC, Kenneth served as a youth leader and later as the leader of evangelism and missions while his wife Melanie served as a leader of the children’s ministry.  In 2011, Kenneth was ordained as a minister of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.  They both continue to serve the Lord.