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Early Life

Bishop Aston Ngota was born on 4th January 1956 in Bukolo Emuhaya, Vihigacounty to the late Aston Opati and Mama Eunice Andati. He was the second born in a family of nine children namely FelisterOwiti, Margaret Asiko, Richard Zedekiah, Emily Omulindi, Charles Aston, Dorine Aston, Samson Opati, and Francis Aston.
From a young age, he showed traits of leadership and interest in serving the church, with great influence from his mother, which later shaped his growth and commitment to serving the Lord.


The late MzeeOpati and mama Eunice believed in education, hence, they enrolled Bishop Aston in Bukolo Primary school. Thereafter, he joined SSSD Kisumu for his O-levels. He qualified to join Kisumu polytechnic,however, he opted to join the Life Tabernacle Bible College due to his passion for reading and teaching the word of God.
Bishop Aston furthered his knowledge and received a degree in Theology from Cypress University in the U.S. By the time of his demise he was pursuing a master’s degree in World Religions in the same institution.


After graduation, Bishop Aston was immediately employed by the United Pentecostal Church of Kenya as an assistant pastor, and with time he rose to the position of the senior pastor and the secretary-general of the church.
Bishop Aston, with the support of great friends, started the journey of building the Apostolic Fellowship church of Kenya in 1994.  Great determination and consistency have led to the growth of Apostolic Fellowship Church, with more than 200 churches in the country. In addition, he has been a mentor and a leader to many oneness churches in Africa and the rest of the world. Bishop Ngota was the presiding bishop of the Apostolic Fellowship Church of Kenya and the chairman of the Apostolic Union of the World- Africa (AUW).
He had the opportunity to minister the word of God across Kenya and other countries like the U.S.A, Israel, Germany, UK, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Malawi, DRC, Canada, Germany, India among many other places. His love and compassion for others saw him support orphans, widows, widowers, and a lot of people in need.


Bishop Aston was married to the late Monica Achieng, who passed on in September 1990. They were blessed with two children: Junior and Winnie. Following the early passing of his wife, he was blessed with a second marriage in 1994 to Pamela Ngota, with whom he lived till his death. They were blessed with one child, Faith.
Bishop Aston was blessed with two grandchildren, Nicole and Maya. He was a truly devoted husband, father, and grandfather. As the first son in a closely-knit family, Bishop Aston provided leadership and support on so many issues to his siblings, relatives, which eventually extended to the larger community and the church.


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