The founder/General Overseer of His Royal Highness Church of God,Rev. Dr. Justin Aguguo has ordained thirteen ministers to pilot the affairs of his church in Nigeria.

Speaking during the ordination at Eziama Autonomous Community in Isiala Mbano Local Government Area of Imo State, Rev. Dr. Justin Aguguo expressed happiness with the ordination of his members to full minister of God. 

According to the Founder/General Overseer, Dr Aguguo said that God Almighty who called them in his vineyard will certainly see them through to achieve the purpose to which God called them.

He charged them to see their call as service to God Almighty and humanity, saying that they do everything humanly possible to win more souls for God.
The popular US based man of God said that they should do everything humanly possible to spread the gospel in Nigeria, maintaining that His Royal Highness church of God has gained ground in diaspora.

The cleric added that since God called him to serve in his vineyard, he has achieved more and recovered everything he lost before he gave God a chance to reign supreme in his life.

Dr. Aguguo urged them not to abandon God halfway no matter the circumstances they may encounter, saying that in time of trial, they should look up to God for help.

Speaking on behalf of other ordained ministers of God, Minister Barr Francis Egwuogu commended the founder/General Overseer of the Church for choosing them among the multitude.
He added that they will do their utmost best to spread the gospel of God, saying that His Royal Highness Church of God will be a household church in Nigeria.

The man of God assured the founder of their total commitment in raising men and women of proven integrity in the lord vineyard.

The ordained ministers and Evangelist include: Barr. Francis Egwuogu, Onyecherem Franklin, Ukawuba Judthaddeus Uchechukwu, Emmanuel Nkenna Chilota, Enwerem Chukwudi Godwin, Amafule Kingsley Chigenyeze, Egwuogu Chukwudi Paul, Anele Emmanuel, Nwanguma Lilian Obianuju, Ajah Florence N. and Ihieri Edward Tochukwu.