Wikipédia, age, net worth, and ministry for Done P. Dabale
The United Methodist Church in Nigeria was started by Don Peter Dabale (April 26, 1949–AAugust 26, 2006). (UMCN).  The church’s membership expanded from 10,000 to 400,000 while he served as a bishop.
1967 Nursing Diploma from Adamawa, Nigeria’s Numan School of Nursing
General Agriculture Certificate, 1970, Government Agriculture School, Yola, Adamawa State, Nigeria
Theological College in Bukuru Jos, Nigeria, awarded a diploma in theology in 1974.
1980 International Diploma in Animal Husbandry from the Netherlands’ Barneveld College
1980 Certificate in Church Administration from Liberia’s Gbarnga School of Theology
University of Alabama, United States, 1985, Research Certificate in Agriculture and Theology
1987 Liberian Gbarnga School of Theology, Doctor of Divinity in Theology
Dabale was born in Nigeria’s Adamawa State, in Nyabalang-Yotti of the Jereng District. He was raised in a polygamous household. Dabale’s mother passed away when he was a baby, so one of his father’s six wives reared him. According to Yotti/Bali Traditional Religion, Dabale Senior was a diviner (mypa) and herbalist who obtained his knowledge from the gods and ancestors who interacted with the living. Dabale was set to take over his father’s position of authority, but while a student in the city, he encountered Christians and became a Christian. Some of Dabale’s immediate and extended family members continue to follow the faith of their ancestors while also observing Christianity and Islam, which are more modern religions. Dabale had eleven children with Kerike C. Dabale, an evangelist, farmer, and housewife.
The 2005 recipient of the “Vision of Africa Outstanding Award” and the Nigerian National Order of Merit
Career and Achievements
In addition to serving as a ward assistant at Numan General Hospital in Adamawa State, Nigeria, Dabale was the officer in charge of the Experimental Farm Center in Numan.
In Nigeria, he held a number of executive posts and taught courses in religion and agriculture while also holding administration responsibilities.
teacher at Banyam Bible College from 1974 until 1976
teacher at the Kakulu Bible Institute from 1976 to 1977
Principal of the Kakulu Bible Institute from 1977 to 1982
Pastoral work in Zing, 1980–1985.
From 1980 to 1986, I worked as a pastoralist in Yonko and Muri East.
District Superintendent for the Muri East District from 1982 to 1983 (Evangelical United Brethren)