The National Delegates Conference (NDC) is the highest decision making body of the fellowship. The NDC constitutes an electoral college which elects the highest executive organ of the fellowship, the National Executive Committee (NEC). NFBPC has executive committees serving at Regional, Provincial, District and Sub-county levels that is, REC, PEC, DEC and SEC respectively. These are elected to serve a term of five years as stipulated in the NFBPC constitution. In addition, the GO is supported by a council of 24 elders appointed for life and including any outgoing (retired) General Overseers, a Doctrinal & Restoration Committee (DRC) that handles doctrine & discipline, an Electoral Commission (EC) that handles national and local elections, a Constitutional Review Commission (CRC) handles Constitutional matters and a National Fellowship Tribunal (NFT) that handles disputes (Civil, Ministerial & Ethical).
The National Secretariat
The NEC works alongside a board of advisors (Council of Elders) and a secretariat handling various issues ranging from prayer, evangelism, development and social transformation, ICT, agriculture, trade and industry, family affairs, doctrine and discipline, education and others. The secretariat is administratively headed by the general secretary and a clerk. This structure is shown below.
At institutional level does not directly engage in church planting, denominational oversight, evangelistic or discipleship ministry but exists to support the programs of Pentecostal churches and church-based organizations through the pursuit of its functions.
Below is the full structure at NFBPC