Find Out The Richest Pastor In Nigeria

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Do you have any idea what God thinks about money? Take a look at the folks he favours the most - preachers - to understand what I'm talking about. They are extremely wealthy, with many owning private planes and having access to a vast range of luxury goods. Today, Naijalebrity presents a list of the richest pastors in Nigeria, along with their net worths, residences, cars, and other extravagant things.

The ten wealthiest preachers in Nigeria - What kind of cars do they drive, and how do they make money?

So, how do pastors make so much money, in your opinion? What is the clergy's remuneration? True, but it just scratches the surface. All of the preachers have a variety of sources of income that have made them billionaires in a short period of time. Let's look at them one by one, beginning with the "poorest"!

Bishop Ayodele Oritsejafor


Bishop Ayo Oritsejafor founded the Word of Life Bible Church in Warri, Nigeria, after having a personal encounter with Jesus. He was raised in a Christian home where the Lord Jesus Christ is worshipped. When asked why he chose to serve God, Ayo Oritsejafor often tells the story of his mother, who yearned for a son and promised to give God one if she was blessed with one.

He is currently one of the richest pastors in Nigeria.


Preacher Gbenga Oso 


Before founding the Laughter Foundation Church, Pastor Gbenga Oso worked for Gospel Faith Mission International.

Gbenga Oso, widely known as the "Father of a Million Babies," claims to have helped one million couples conceive children through his miracles. Is contemporary medicine destined to fail? Pastor Gbenga Oso is a sight to behold!

Pastor Gbenga Oso has $3.5 million in assets, but he keeps them secret.

However, it has been proven that the couples that provide testimonials of their womb fruit are nothing more than brazen con artists who are paid N10,000 to appear on television and entice naive women to his church. He also invites new parents to his church and displays their images as miraculous infants who have been blessed by God.

Gbenga Oso has a net worth of $3.5 million, making him one of the richest pastors in Nigeria.


Pastor Matthew Ashimolowo


Pastor Matthew Ashimolowo is the Lead Pastor of the Kingsway International Christian Centre (KICC). At the age of 20, Pastor Mathew Ashimolowo, who had been a practicing Muslim since boyhood, converted to Christianity. The church now has £16.4 million in assets (N7.26 billion) and earns more than £8 million (N3.5 billion) in annual revenue after 25 years.

Pastor Matthew Ashimolowo was previously embroiled in a financial dispute and was forced to reimburse £200,000 to the Kingsway International Christian Centre. The Church's credit card was used to pay for his birthday celebration, which cost over £120,000, according to his bank account activity history (N53 million).

Pastor Mathew Ashimolowo has a private plane, a luxurious car collection, and real estate holdings. He owns a Porsche Cayenne, a Range Rover Vogue Sport, a bulletproof Hummer Jeep, a Mercedes (worth N35.4 million), and a slew of other high-end vehicles.

He claims that as part of his humanitarian efforts, he has given out 37 cars in response to criticism that most ministers of God take tithes from their congregations for a private luxury lifestyle while abandoning the needy.

Pastor Ashimolowo is one of the richest pastors in Nigeria.


Prophet Temitope Babatunde Joshua 


T.B Joshua, the leader of Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN), was born on June 12, 1963. The church, which first opened its doors in 1987, has since spread to countries such as Ghana, South Africa, Israel, Greece, and the United Kingdom. T.B Joshua is the founder of Emmanuel TV, one of Africa's most influential Christian television networks, and has a million YouTube subscribers.

T.B. Joshua's ministry is defined by healing testimonies of various types, including HIV/AIDS, cancer, and paralysis, which are shown on Emmanuel TV and T.B. Joshua's Youtube website. The footages were not made by any government agency, and no professional healthcare practitioner was present during his payment rites, contrary to widespread perception.


Preacher Enoch Adejare Adeboye 


Pastor Enoch Adejare Adeboye was born in the state of Osun in 1942. He became a General Overseer in 1981, and he helped the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) expand into a worldwide congregation. The church now has over 14,000 members in Nigeria and has branches in 192 countries across the world. When Pastor Enoch Adeboje stated that he would build a church within five minutes of every home on the earth, he generated a sensation in the media.

Pastor Enoch Adejare Adeboye advises, "Never marry a woman who is not a member of my church."

Despite the popularity of his network of churches, Pastor Enoch is reprimanded for failed prophecies. He sparked a whirlwind of controversy when he urged his adepts against marrying ladies who were not from the church and couldn't cook!

Preacher Enoch Adeboye, the third richest pastor in Nigeria, owns a $65 million Gulfstream G550 luxury jet. He drives a bulletproof Rolls-Royce Phantom ($400,000), a Land Rover Discovery ($80,000), and a Mercedes-Benz Gelandewagen ($100,000). Enoch Adeboye's car collection can be found here!


Pastor Chris Oyakhilome


Pastor Chris Oyakhilome was born on December 7, 1963. He started Love World Incorporated, often known as Christ Embassy, a global organization with approximately 40,000 members on five continents.

His power may be felt not only on the earth but also in the air.

He founded Love World as a university student. Oyakhilome's adherents should contribute a portion of their earnings to the church, which he calls "sowing the seed." People who don't have a lot of money are encouraged to contribute their valuable items, such as jewelry, watches, cellphones, cars, and so on, instead! The church addressed hundreds of fledgling businesses and urged them to join his followers in order to boost the number of "seeds." Pastor Oyakhilome's "seed sowing" makes him millions of naira per month.

He's also known for his ability to heal a wide range of ailments and problems. A South African member claims Oyakhilome hired him to pretend to be disabled and be healed by the preacher on his TV show.

Pastor Chris Oyakhilome owns a private plane, a fleet of roughly 30 SUVs, including a powerful Range Rover, and has vast real estate interests throughout Nigeria.


Bishop David Oyedepo


With a net worth of $150 million, Bishop David Oyedepo is the richest pastor in Nigeria.

David is a fantastic individual.

O. Oyedepo was born on September 27, 1954, in Otta, Ogun State, Nigeria, and is a Nigerian pastor, author, business magnate, architect, and founder of the megachurch Faith Tabernacle, or Winners of Chapel.

His church network currently stretches beyond Nigeria, 45 African countries, Dubai, the United States, and the United Kingdom. The Faith Tabernacle is one of Africa's largest worship centers, with a seating capacity of 50,000 people. He owns and operates Dominion Publishing House, which publishes his books.

Bishop David Oyedepo owns four private planes as well as homes in the United Kingdom and the United States.

With a net worth of $5.4 billion, David Oyedepo is Nigeria's wealthiest preacher. He just paid $30 million for a Gulfstream V jet. He now has four planes in his personal collection, including two Gulfstreams and a Bombardier Challenger. He owns a collection of high-end cars, including Mercedes Benz and BMW.
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