Television personality and former Big Brother UK housemate, Makosi Musambasi, graduated from bible school last week.

She trained at one of the world’s biggest bible schools — The Word of Faith Bible Institute in Nigeria.

The school is a division of the Winners’ Chapel Ministries (also known as Living Faith Church Worldwide) .

The ministry was founded by Bishop David Oyedepo.

Makosi has followed the footsteps of songstress Ivy Kombo who  also saw the light and is now a prophetess spreading the gospel in the United Kingdom.

The ‘common denominator’ between these two socialites is that, at a point in their lives, they have been victims of tabloid scrutiny to an extent of being deemed “controversial” and “drama queens”.

However, they have both undergone massive behavioural metamorphosis that has seen Makosi boasting several positive feathers to her cap.

She is an author, television talk show host, philanthropist and motivational speaker.

In  her latest achievement,Makosi said: “The grace has been exceeding and I am ready to work for the Lord.

“I give all the glory to God and this is definitely a new chapter and I hope to impart the knowledge I got at Bible School to others and change lives.”

Meanwhile, Makosi is currently enjoying a purple patch with the success of Season 2 of her talk show Makosi Today which premiered on ZBC TV last month.

The decorated guest list has proved to be a hit with her viewers.

The show is produced by C-Media led by Munya ‘Bloggo’ Dodo and Tsitsi Madoda.

Season 2 is believed to have gobbled at least $15 000 in production costs.