Born on October 16th of 1968, Huruma is the 6th child in a family of 9, though 1 has been promoted to eternity. He was born to (the now late) Bishop Enos & Margret Nkone who were serving God with the Free Pentecostal Church of Tanzania (FPCT). Even though he was born and raised in a Christian environment, it was not until 1985 when he was a freshman at Kigoma Secondary School that he accepted Jesus Christ as his personal Savior. A year later, God called him to ministry – but he continued with school for the next decade, going to Pugu High School studying Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics, and later on to the now Ardhi University (then University College of Land And Survey) for an Advanced Diploma in Architecture. While at Pugu he served as the Chairperson of Christian Students Fellowship for Dar es Salaam and Coast regions. Before joining the university, he served 1 year in the national army service at JKT Oljoro camp. Throughout the university he was the Chairperson of the Christian Students Fellowship all his years, and as soon as he graduated, he volunteered at TAFES (Tanzania Fellowship of Evangelical Students) head office for one year.
He married his best friend, and the wife of his youth – Pastor Joyce on 7th of December in 1996. They have over the years underwent several ministry training from accredited institutions from Canada, South Africa, Kenya and Tanzania. They are blessed with 2 sons and 2 daughter – Kenneth, Jimmy, Joan, and Marion. Pastor Huruma holds a BA (Bible and Theology) and a MA (Biblical Studies) both from Global University – USA. Pastor Joyce holds a Bachelor of Social Works and Social Administration from Kampala International University (KIU), prior to that she took a Certificate in Education and a Diploma in Theology in South Africa. Pastor Huruma has an honorary PhD from Omega Global Univeristy – South Africa, an honor bestowed to him because of his great work in the lives of youths and students.
From 1999 to 2002 he and Joyce served as the Youth Pastors at Ilala Assemblies of God church in Dar es Salaam, serving under Bishop Titus Mkama. In 2002 he and his wife moved to re-found Muhimbili Assemblies of God, then with only 15 members. They have transformed it into the now Victory Christian Center Tabernacle, a multi-cultural, multi-national, vibrant Pentecostal church now located at Mbezi A in Dar es Salaam with 2,000 weekly attendance. He is very well known for his heart and works for youths, and he pours in their lives so that they will live victorious lives as Christians. As such, he founded VICTORY CAMPUS NIGHT, a night that brings together university students from all over Tanzania and beyond for worship, empowerment and the Word of God. The last one gathered over 15000 students. He has also authored FOCUS TO YOUR DESTINY, a book tailored to help people especially youths to come into focus in their lives. Because of his heart for youths, the Tanzania Assemblies of God headquarters asked him to head the Department of Student as the National Director, a position he has served faithfully since 2008. He also is the National Coordinator for both Omega Global University and Mission SOS.