Elder Ibhiedu Amos Omonkhomiomhen is the Treasurer of Western Nigeria Union Conference of Seventh-day Adventist Church in Nigeria. He has devoted 100 percent of his administrative practice to the church in Nigeria for the past 29 years.
Elder Amos as he is fondly called was born in Ohordua, Edo State, and had his primary and secondary education at Ibhiedu primary school Ohordua and Esan Grammar School Uromi, Bendel State (Now Edo State) between 1972 and 1982. He received his Higher National Diploma (HND) in Business Administration from the Federal Polytechnic, Auchi, Bendel State (now Edo State) in 1988. He proceeded to Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba, Ondo State where he obtained an MBA degree. By 2017 he obtained another masters degree (MPhil) in Business Administration from Babcock University and is currently a doctoral degree candidate in Business Administration, Babcock University.
He started his working career in the Ministry of Finance (Budget Office), Katsina, Katsina State as an Assistant to the Director, Budget, Katsina State during the Youth Service programme in 1988/1989. Later in 1989 he was employed by the then Bendel Mission (now Edo and Delta conferences) of Seventh-day Adventist Church in Nigeria, as a young pastor. He worked with the Edo-Delta Conference for 22 eventful years as a pastor, accountant and treasurer until he left for another assignment in 2012. He served as the pioneer Treasurer for Osun Conference of Seventh-day Adventist Church in Nigeria between 2012 and 2013. He was elected to serve as the pioneer Treasurer for the newly organised Western Nigeria Union Conference in 2014 and re-elected for another five years as the Treasurer by December 2018.
Elder Amos has a strong inter-personal communication skill, is goal oriented and a team player. He loves reading, traveling and making friends. He is a dedicated member of Adventist Men Organization (AMO) and Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA), both NGOs.
He is married to Sister Vivian Idolor and the union is blessed with four children.