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About MTU

Historic Background.

The proprietor of the university is the founder of the Mountain of Fire and Miracles Ministries (MFM), a Christian, missionary organisation. The University is overall vision received in August 1977 by Dr. D.K. Olukoya, the founder and General Overseer of MFM Ministries worldwide. The vision received by Dr. D. K. Olukoya culminated to the official commissioning of the mission in July 1989 in the home of the founder. The commissioning started with 24 people. From the members, the church today has millions of worshippers. MFM runs missionary activities in well over 40 nations of the world cutting across Africa, Europe, America and Asia. As a Christian missionary organisation, the MFM is a full gospel ministry devoted to the revival of apostolic signs.

The core of the vision of MFM is total liberty of men and women from all forms of oppressions and bondages through the teaching of biblical principles and aggressive prayer strategies for a victorious living. The vision carries a training emphasis that led to the establishment of the Spiritual War College, which is the Bible College of the MFM in 1995 and then the Deliverance School. Thereafter, twelve other associated departments were created, all of which are now under the umbrella of an institute known now as the Institute of Spiritual Warfare (INSWAR). The former Spiritual War College has now been renamed the Department of Biblical Studies. Thus was officially commissioned on 7th November 2002. It comprises 14 departments, namely, Biblical Studies, Deliverance, Prayer, Ministry, Evangelism and Church Planting, Discipleship and Missions, Languages and Culture, Spiritual Red Cross, Counseling, The Prophets, Power and Healing, Church Music, Praise Worship and Children Education. The leadership programmes organised by INSWAR have attracted men and women from all fields of endeavour including career civil servants, medical personnel, engineers, academics, military personnel, legal practitioners, journalists, business executives, career diplomats etc.

The ultimate goal has been to establish a full-fledged higher institution where aspiring Nigerians can be taught to attain their full intellectual capacity that can be translated into skills as individuals and eventually mobilised into the socio-economic priorities of the nation. It is against this backdrop that the vision for the establishment of Mountain Top University, which has derived its name from that of the founding ministry, was born. The promulgation of the Education Decree No. 9 of 1993, which repealed the Decree No. 19 of 1984 and stipulated new guidelines on the establishment of private universities was therefore a very welcome development. Since then, seventeen private universities have been approved and licensed to operate alongside the federal and state-owned institutions. Mountain Top University happened to be one of the private University in Nigeria.

Mission, Vision, Goals and Objectives



The Mountain Top University is envisioned as "a dynamic centre of academic excellence in the liberal tradition for the production of top-rate, morally sound graduates of distinction who will be globally competitive for outstanding impact on the Nigerian societal and global development".

Goals & Objectives

Mountain Top University is designed to be a unique tertiary institution where a new generation of Nigerians will be imbued and empowered by the spirit of excellence. The university is to provide much needed qualified, competent, skilled and conscientious manpower.



The mission of Mountain Top University is the provision of excellent facilities for the training of men and women in various academic, professional and vocational disciplines in an atmosphere that will enhance the simultaneous development of their spiritual, mental and physical faculties, in order to produce morally upright and academically sound graduates with specialised skills and value systems, who will be independent, invariably self-employable and who will be able to impact positively on the development (be it in leadership, academic, public and the industrial sectors) of their communities, the Nigerian society and the global community at large.