15 Richest Pastors In Nigeria, Their Net Worths And Car Collections

We are in the era where pastors in Nigeria are proving that great prosperity lies in the house of God and is exclusively reserved for children and servants of God. Many churches are doing great things all over the nation, and it’s quite clear that both the church and men of God are enjoying great times of prosperity.

Currently, many pastors in Nigeria are billionaires, and while some are conservative about their wealth, others flaunt it to show truly that the time for the sons of God to manifest is here. Such pastors have come under intense criticisms over the last few years for the luxurious life that most of them are perceived to be living – especially those that build gigantic Church edifices and own fleets of aircraft. However, some of them have clarified that a jet is a “business” tool for a pastor with a congregation all over the world, especially one that God has charged with a global mandate.

A Comprehensive List Of The Wealthiest Pastors In Nigeria

Here s a list of the richest pastors in Nigeria, how they made their wealth, and what good they may have done for society with their time and resources:

1. Bishop David Oyedepo. (Sr.)

  • Net Worth: $200 million (estimated)
  • Age: 69
  • Name of Church: Living Faith World Outreach Center aka Winners Chapel
  • Position in the Church: Founder

Young Bro David Oyedepo never really wanted to be in ministry; he just wanted to serve God to the best of his abilities. So it was no surprise that God called him to ministry via an 18-hour long vision, having found him a worthy and ready instrument. His early days in ministry were not as glamorous as they are today, but as he kept preaching God’s word of faith, many believers were added to his fold.

His Assets: Investments/Businesses, Aircraft/s, and Cars

Most, if not all, of the assets attributed to Bishop David are owned in his church’s name. These assets include:

  • Canaanland: Canaanland is Winner’s Chapel campus which is located in Ota, Ogun state. The property opened in 1999, was initially 560-acres of land but has been expanded to 5,000 acres. On it, you have the Faith Tabernacle mega-church building, educational institutions, residential buildings, four banks, a bakery, restaurants, and numerous other businesses owned by the church. More so, the ministry is currently in the process of building a 100,000 seater capacity auditorium called the Faith Theater, which would be an Architectural and Engineering marvel when completed, as it is shaped as an Ark – reminiscent of the Ark that the Lord instructed Noah to build in the Bible.
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  • Aircraft: Papa, as his congregation fondly calls him, is not really known to live an extravagant or lavish lifestyle, but his ministry does have 4 aircraft – which are Gulfstream I (valued at $30m-$35m), Gulfstream IV, Bombardier Challenger 604 (N664D) and Gulfstream V Jet.
  • Cars: He is also not known to love “show off” cars, but as the leader of a ministry that controls enormous resources – especially one that receives seeds/gifts of luxurious cars from members, Bishop David has been seen in quite a few “conservative” high-end SUVs while going about his primary assignment. It has been reported that his fleet of cars includes: Mercedes Benz, Lexus, BMW, Toyota Landcruisers, etc.
  • Educational Institutions: Covenant University and Landmark University (with possibly a third one called Crown University already in existence). His primary and secondary schools are Kingdom Heritage Nursery/Primary School and Faith Academy Secondary School, both located in Canaanland. The schools are also springing up in numerous locations all over Nigeria.
  • Dominion Publishing House: This is a world-class printing press that was established in the year 1992. Currently, they have published over 120 books, all written by the general overseer of the church.
  • Hebron Bottled Water Processing Plant: It is located in Canaanland Ota, Ogun state and it is the premium bottled water in Canaanland.
  • Powerplant: 15MWs gas-fired power plant installed in Canaanland, Ota – which is famed for never experiencing any power outage, as commonly experienced all over Nigeria.

His Philanthropic Deeds

Papa is the President and Founder of David Oyedepo Foundation – a charity organization established primarily to promote the kingdom by offering scholarships to indigent children and youths irrespective of their circumstances and financial challenges, and they have been doing this for about 40 years now – not only in Nigeria but also all over Africa. Many beneficiaries of this program have received scholarship grants to study up to the University level in any Nigerian university or overseas.

The foundation also provides welfare packages to those in need and which is not only limited to financial support but also development and leadership building and skills acquisition as well.

More so, Canaanland has a state-of-the-art medical center that provides the best of healthcare services to both church members and non-members alike without discrimination while also providing access to top-quality medications and drugs at no cost at all- for those with little faith to experience Divine Healing.

The ministry at the beginning of the Covid-19 lockdown in Nigeria donated ambulances and other medical supplies (worth several hundreds of millions) to the Federal Government of Nigeria and some hard-hit states to combat the spread of the pandemic in the nation. The ministry also provides relief materials to displaced persons within and outside Nigeria on a grand scale and donated materials and financial support to those in need to mark the end of the annual fasting and prayer sessions at each year’s beginning.

2. Pastor Chris Oyakhilome

  • Net Worth: $126 million (estimated)
  • Age: 59
  • Name of Church: LoveWorld Incorporated aka Christ Embassy
  • Position in the Church: Founder and President

Pastor Chris Oyakhilome actually began his ministry way back in the University and has been able to grow his ministry to one that is well known all over the world. He is known to own one of the foremost faith-based healing ministers in the country, and this has won him several followers worldwide – especially via his erstwhile television program, Atmosphere for Miracles.

His Assets: Businesses, Buildings, Aircraft/s, and Cars

Like other Pentecostal churches in Nigeria, Pastor Chris has a claim to the numerous assets and businesses owned by his church. These include

  • Record Label: He is also the owner of the record label called Believer’s LoveWorld Music – which has the international award-winning singer Sinach sign-on, as well as Frank Edward’s and Ada Ehi. It’s worth knowing that his ministry has supported several artists over the years and inspired Christian artists across the globe.
  • Cars: Pastor Chris is believed to have more than 30 cars in his garage and most of them are classy SUVs which include a Bentley GTC (valued at ₦81m), Mercedes-Benz G-Wagon (valued at ₦35 million), Range Rover Sport (valued at ₦18 million).
  • Jets: Pastor Chris is believed to be the owner of 2 private jets estimated to be worth over N1 billion. He bought his first jet under the name Sky Power and in 2017, his second jet was registered as a gift from one of his church members and a group of friends.
  • Houses: The man of God owns a 4-story house located in Orgun, Lagos, usually referred to as ‘White House’.

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His Philanthropic Deeds

Pastor Chris founded the Chris Oyakhilome Foundation that is involved in several projects around the world, like assisting babies and mothers all over the world, Bible for All Mission project, Future Africa Leaders Foundation, Volunteer Medical Corps, just to mention a few. More so, his daily devotional, Rhapsodies of Realities which is distributed free-of-charge or at a low price of N300, is reputed to be the #1 daily devotional material globally.

3. Pastor Enoch Adejare Adeboye

  • Net Worth: $100 million (estimated)
  • Age: 81
  • Name of Church: Redeemed Christian Church of God aka RCCG
  • Position in the Church: General Overseer

As he is fondly called by his congregation and admirers, Daddy G.O is the current General Overseer of probably the largest Church body in Nigeria and a clergyman that Kings, Presidents, and many dignitaries worldwide highly respect. Though Pa Josiah Akindayomi was the founder of the church, he loved young Adeboye so much that he nominated him as the G.O to succeed him – an offer which Adeboye initially rejected but later accepted not to “offend” his spiritual mentor. He is credited as being the vessel God used to make the RCCG the mega Church that it is today. More so, he is described as a very humble man who is a mentor to the “high and mighty” globally – especially his son in the Lord, Professor Yemi Osinbajo, the current Vice President of Nigeria.

His Assets: Investments, Buildings, Aircraft/s and Cars

  • Redemption Ground: RCCG owns the foremost Redemption Camp located at Mowe, along the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway. The camp is on 2500 hectares of land with over 5000 houses already built on it. About 12000 people live and work in the camp which has facilities like banks, schools, power plant, hospital, etc.
  • Jets: Not only does Pastor Adeboye’s ministry own about 3 private jets, but he also has an aviation company called Emmanuel Aviation. In its fleet are Gulfstream G550, Bombardier Challenger 604, and Beechcraft 19000D.
  • Cars: It has also been gathered that Papa owns very classy cars in his garage as reports have it that his car collection includes: Royce Rolls Phantom, which is bulletproof, Land Rover Discovery, 2016 Mercedes-Benz G-Class, among others.

His Philanthropic Deeds

His ministry donated medical equipment, testing kits, ambulances, etc. to the Nigerian Government during the first wave of the Covid-19 pandemic in Nigeria, running into billions of naira. His church network also donated food items to those in need during the lockdown in Nigeria, as movements were highly restricted for several weeks.

He founded the His Love Foundation, through which he caters to all aspects of the needs of the less privileged in the society – providing rehabilitation, food, scholarships, handling health issues and challenges, and providing seed capital for those who intend to set up their own businesses. They once announced that they intended to feed about 50 million people across 197 countries of the world in what they called a Christian (not Corporate) Social Responsibility program. The church has a Food Bank, which has fed more than 8 million people since its establishment, and a close friend of Pastor Adeboye once said that he donates more than 60% of his salary towards charitable causes.

More so, Pastor Adeboye is known to have donated a fully equipped wing to the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH) to take care of the sick, complete with its own brand new oxygen generating plant – to provide this life-saving resource to all in need of it. He has also provided this same multi-million project across a few states of Nigeria, all of which speaks to the charitable heart of this great man of God.

4. Pastor Paul Adefarasin

  • Net Worth: $50 Million (estimated)
  • Age: 60
  • Name of Church: House on the Rock
  • Position in the Church: Founder and Senior Pastor

Pastor Paul Adefarasin is notable as the founder of a leading pentecostal church in Nigeria, House on the Rock. He started the church back in 1994 in Lagos, and services were held at his mum’s residence as of that time. However, now, House on the Rock has more than 50 branches across the globe.

His Assets: Building and Cars

  • Rock Cathedral: The headquarters of House on the Rock located along the Lekki-Epe expressway in Lagos is a 10000 seating capacity church called the Rock Cathedral. The ultra-modern edifice, which was built at the cost of N5 billion at the time, was commissioned in 2013 by then-President of Nigeria, Goodluck Jonathan.
  • Cars: Arguably one of the most trendy pastors in Nigeria – a power dresser and one who appreciates luxurious automobiles. He owns a Mercedes Benz G Wagon, Range Rover Autobiography, amongst several others.

Unlike what is typical among Nigerian pentecostal pastors, Pastor Paul Adefarasin, who reportedly has about 7 private jet owners in his church, repeatedly tells his members not to get him a private jet because he doesn’t need it.

His Philanthropic Deeds

He carries out his charity works through his Rock Foundation, which seeks to rehabilitate and empower prostitutes, miscreants in the city, drug addicts, and ex-convicts. This project costs his foundation several millions of Naira as rehabilitating ex-cons, drug addicts, and prostitutes are not just enough; they have to be empowered skill-wise and financially so as to refrain from going back to their previous habits.

Pastor Paul Adefarasin is also notable as the host and convener of The Experience – the largest Christian music concert in Africa with global recognition, which features both indigenous musicians and comedians, as well as notable international musicians, live Travis Greene, Don Moen, Nathaniel Bassey, and Chioma Jesus among several others.

5. Pastor David Ibiyeomie

  • Net Worth: $41 Million (estimated)
  • Age: 60
  • Name of Church: Salvation Ministries
  • Position in the Church: Founder and Senior Pastor

“Papa,” as he is called by his followers, began his ministry training at Winners Chapel Word Of Faith Bible Institute before setting off to start his church after the successful completion of his course at the institute. Initially, he started to meet with people in his family house in Victoria Island, Lagos but would later relocate to Port Harcourt in 1997 to start Salvation Ministries with barely 20 members.

By July of 1997, the church moved to a much bigger land, and its growth has been tremendous over the years. Reports have it that the church records an average of 50,000 persons every Sunday for services at its headquarters as of 2017.

His Assets: Buildings and Cars

  • Cars: Pastor Ibiyiomie has been seen in cars such as Rolls Royce Phantom, Mercedes Benz s600, Range Rover Autobiography, etc.
  • Houses: The man of God has houses in Lagos and Port Harcourt, where he frequently shuffles to attend to his flock.
  • Finger of God Cathedral: His ministry is currently building what would be the largest single auditorium in the world with a 120,000 seating capacity, which they called the Finger of God Cathedral, with an estimated cost of about $13 million (about N5 billion). He is also an owner of a private jet which he uses for his ministerial work.

His Philanthropic Deeds

He is the founder of David Ibiyeomie Foundation that has provided scholarship facilities for more than 1,000 beneficiaries across primary, secondary, and university levels. They have also provided welfare and medical intervention for those in need, as well as skill acquisition and financial empowerment opportunities.

6. Pastor Temitope Joshua

  • Net Worth: $25 million (estimated)
  • Age: 60
  • Name of Church: Synagogue Church Of All Nations (SCOAN)
  • Position in the Church: Founder

T.B Joshua has a healing ministry like no other in Nigeria which attracts a lot of followership from practically all over the world. Many travels from all over the world to his church in Lagos, Nigeria, with all sorts of ailments and diseases to get healed miraculously. Though controversies surround his ministry and the ways he heals the sick.

The preacher revealed that he had a vision where he received the divine anointing to start his church in 1987. As of then, he managed to gather only a handful of people to start his ministerial journey but now, T. B. Joshua church records more than 50,000 attendees to its Sunday services held in SCOAN’s headquarters in Ikotun-Egbe, Lagos State.

His Assets: Investments, Buildings, Aircraft, and Cars

  • Guest House: The church, which has people from all over the world flying in to attend its miracle services, has a guest house where these foreigners lodge on arrival. This is one of the numerous assets the church has and generates revenue from. Though in 2013, the building mysteriously collapsed and led to the death of 83 South Africans, 1 Zimbabwean, and 30 people of an alien nationality.
  • Cars: He is known to drive high-priced cars, which include a Range Rover and a Mercedes Benz G63.
  • Jets: Courtesy of his ministry, he owns a Gulfstream G550 jet reportedly worth about $60 million.

His Philanthropic Deeds

Pastor T.B Joshua is a widely acclaimed philanthropist who does not only help the sick but donates generously to widows, orphans, physically challenged, etc. His ministry is reputed for giving generously to people who both the government and the society have rejected or abandoned, and this costs his ministry hundreds of millions of Naira on a monthly basis.

He is also known to be a great lover of the nation of Israel (as God’s chosen people), and he donates generously to help this nation, and he enjoys a good rapport with a good number of people in authority over there. More so, T.B Joshua has extended his philanthropic gestures to several other countries, including Sierra Leone, Ghana, India, and Pakistan, among others.

7. Pastor Paul Eneche

  • Net Worth: $25 million (estimated)
  • Age: 55
  • Name of Church: Dunamis International Gospel Center
  • Position in the Church: Founder and General Overseer

Pastor Paul Eneche is known to have founded the Dunamis International Gospel Center in 1996. The church started in Abuja, but after few years, it began to have branches all over Nigeria, and today, it ranks as one of the leading Pentecostal churches in the country. It’s interesting to know that this vibrant man of God is a certified medical doctor.

His Assets: Buildings

Although not much is known about the clergyman’s lifestyle, he still ranks as one of the richest pastors in Nigeria at the moment.

  • Glory Dome: His ministry is known to have dedicated the Glory Dome – a 100,000 seater capacity auditorium in 2018, and at that time, it was the largest single auditorium in the whole world, with the cost of the roof alone being put at $5 million (about N2 billion).

His Philanthropic Deeds

The charity work of his ministry includes sending relief materials to Internally Displaced Person (IDP) camps – with their supplies to IDP camps in Plateau state eclipsing that of the Federal Government of Nigeria. They also donated medical supplies to the Nigerian Government during the Covid-19 pandemic breakout.

8. Pastor Ayo Oritshejafor

  • Net Worth: $15 million (estimated)
  • Name of Church: Word of Life Bible Church
  • Position in the Church: General Overseer

Papa Ayo, as he is called by his followers, stated that he had a dream wherein he saw himself donning a suit and preaching to many people. He also heard God’s voice in that dream telling him that what he had seen in the vision was what he would be doing for the rest of his life. So, he set about learning what it takes to serve the Lord by attending very respected ministers’ training programs which include All Nations For Christ Bible Institue in Benin City, Nigeria, and Morriss Cerullo’s School of Ministry in San Diego, United States. He is also notable as a former President of the Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN ) before he was elected as the President of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN).

His Assets: Investments/Businesses, Buildings, Aircraft, and Cars

Papa Ayo has accumulated quite a number of note-worthy assets to his name since he began his ministerial work.

  • African Broadcasting Channel: Papa Ayo is also the owner of the London-based satellite channel African Broadcasting Network (ABN), which broadcasts in over 75 countries across the world.
  • Jets: Currently, he owns a Bombardier Challenger 601 private jet which is valued at $3.5 million.
  • Cars: He is known to like good cars, and his car collection includes several limousines, a Toyota Land Cruiser, and other choice cars.
  • Real Estate: It is believed that he owns several landed properties across Nigeria, especially in Lagos and Benin.

His Philanthropic Deeds

The dynamic preacher is a philanthropist who runs a financial empowerment program for several people around the nation in partnership with Flight Microfinance Bank. He also grants scholarships to impoverished children all over the nation, sponsoring them for both their secondary and university education, both home and abroad.

9. Pastor Sam Adeyemi

  • Net Worth: $ 19 Million (estimated)
  • Age: 56
  • Name of Church: Daystar Christian Center
  • Position in the Church: Founder and Senior Pastor

He is probably one of the most heard and watched Nigerian pastors today as his radio and television motivational program, Success Power, is listened to by many people globally. He has a degree in strategic leadership and has put it to good use by training others to be excellent leaders through his Daystar Leadership Academy; he is the President of both this academy and Success Power International. As of 2020, he was also a serving member of the Forbes Coaches Council.

His Assets: Cars

  • Cars: However, it is known that he owns a Mercedes Benz S350 and a Lexus LX 570.

There were rumors sometimes ago that he intended to buy a Gulfstream G450 jet and join the league of pastors who own aircraft, but it is not clear if he did or not.

His Philanthropic Deeds/Activism

During the Covid-19 general lockdown in Nigeria, his ministry, through their extensive church networks, distributed food items and cash to those in need of these two essential items and who couldn’t go out to fend for themselves at this period. They also donated medical kits and PPEs to those at the forefront of the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic in Nigeria.

Since good Leadership principles are the main focus of Pastor Sam, he has always used diplomatic means to speak up about the failure of leadership in Nigeria and what needs to be done. He was one of the few pastors that were vocal during the END SARS protest in Nigeria as he called out the government over the lackadaisical and incompetent manner they have ruled the nation. For this, he was named amongst a list of 50 activists that was being sued by a supposed activist for the riot across the country that trailed the alleged shooting of unarmed protesters at the Lekki toll gate in Lagos, Nigeria.

10. Apostle Johnson Suleman

  • Net Worth: $10.5 million (estimated)
  • Age: 52
  • Name of Church: Omega Fire International Ministries
    Position in the Church: Founder and General Overseer

Apostle Suleman started his church, Omega Fire International Ministries, in 2014 and has grown in reputation since then, mainly due to his outspoken nature and generous gifts to both celebrities and the poor. Prior to starting his own ministry, he is known to have served as a pastor in Armor of God church, Lagos, from 1998 until his departure in 2014.

His Assets: Investments, Aircraft/s, and Cars

  • Cars: The top Nigerian preacher owns a Rolls Royce Phantom and a luxurious Toyota Prado SUV, as well as several other high-priced cars.
  • Jets: He is also a proud owner of 3 jets, and he reportedly bought the third in 2020.
  • Investments: More so, he is believed to have interests in several business endeavors such as Real Estate, Oil and Gas investments, Airline (Rental) business, Banking, and Financial Services, to mention a few.

His Philanthropic Deeds

Apostle Johnson is believed to be a very generous man who helps out both the poor and rich. It was reported that he paid the medical bills of a Nollywood actor, running into £30,000. He also runs the  Apostle Suleman Scholarship Fund, through which he pays the tuition of indigent students through school.

11. Pastor Chris Okotie

  • Net Worth: About $10 million (estimated)
  • Age: 65
  • Name of Church: Household of God Church International Ministries
  • Position in the Church: Founder

The eloquent and intelligent pop-singer turned clergyman is one of Nigeria’s most charismatic pastors who first came into the limelight with hit songs like ‘I Need Someone’ and ‘Please Don’t Go.’ However, he later switched to become a full-time preacher and founded his ministry in 1987 – he still has a very healthy followership amongst the elites and celebrities in Nigeria. He reportedly received his ministerial training at Grace Fellowship Bible School, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

He is also the founder of a political party called, Fresh party, and he has contested for the office of the President of Nigeria on 3 occasions unsuccessfully.

His Assets: Buildings and Cars

  • Houses: The man of God has mansions both in Nigeria and the United States of America. He frequents the latter on holidays.
  • Cars: Pastor Chris Okotie is known to be a lover of choice automobiles, which includes a Hummer, Mercedes Benz s600, and a Rolls Royce Phantom valued at N80 million, which he gifted himself on his 27th year as a pastor.

Back in 2012, it was rumored that the pastor was making moves to acquire a Bombardier Challenger 604 said to cost about $30million at the time. However, it has not been ascertained whether the man of God made the acquisition or not.

His Philanthropic Deeds

He established the Grace Programme, which supports charitable organizations like the Pacelli School for the Blind and Partially Sighted, Little Saints Orphanage, Spinal Cord Injuries Association of Nigeria, SOS Children’s Village, etc.

The clergyman also instituted the Grace Programme/Karis Awards, an annual charity event hosted in his church which recognizes and rewards deserving Nigerians who had served their fatherland in one capacity or the other but had been neglected/abandoned by the nation; past recipients of support includes Pa Taiwo Akimwunmi – the designer of the Nigerian flag, Mallam Aminu Kano – a nationalist, Chief Margaret Ekpo – a woman activist and nationalist, amongst several others.

12. Pastor Matthew Ashimolowo

  • Net Worth: $10 million (estimated)
  • Age: 71
  • Name of Church: Kingsway International Christian Center ( KICC)
  • Position in the Church: Senior Pastor

Pastor Ashimolowo, though not based in Nigeria, is one of the most globally known pastors of Nigerian descent. He has a radio and television program – Winning Ways, which airs daily in Amsterdam, London, and several African countries. Although he was born a Muslim, he converted to Christianity at age 20, attended a bible school, and then kick-started his ministerial work.

His Assets: Businesses, Buildings, and Cars

  • Media Organisation: He is said to have a string of private businesses, which include a self-named media establishment, Matthew Ashimolowo Media.
  • Cars: He also loves luxurious automobiles and owns a good number of them which include a bulletproof Hummer, Range Rover Sport, and Porsche Cayenne, among others.

His Philanthropic Deeds

His ministry also runs the charity organization, The King’s Ministries Trust, which oversees his charity work in the United Kingdom. However, his foundation has been embroiled in some controversies mainly having to do with how the foundation manages its charity work, with a commission accusing the cleric of using the foundation’s finances to take care of himself and his family, like buying an apartment in the USA and an £80,000 car with its finances.

13. Pastor Gbenga Oso

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  • Net Worth: $3.5 million
  • Name of Church: Laughter Foundation
  • Position in the Church: Founder

Daddy of a Million babies, as Pastor Oso is fondly called by his followers, has a ministry that is focused on helping couples struggling with conception issues have their own children supernaturally. Though his ministry has always been linked with a few controversies, he has been rated as one of the richest pastors currently in Nigeria.

His Assets

Although Pastor Oso has been named among the richest pastors in Nigeria with a net worth of more than $3 million, there are no specific details available to the public about the kind of life he lives.

Philanthropic Deeds

He has not displayed his assets or philanthropic activities on public platforms.

14. Bishop Mike Okonkwo

  • Net Worth: $3 million
  • Age: 78
  • Name of Church: The Redeemed Evangelical Mission (TREM).
  • Position in the Church: Founder

Bishop Okonkwo became a born-again Christian in 1970, and the next year, he began to serve faithfully at the United Church of Christ under the tutelage of Apostle Egbo. He was with the church until 1980 when he had to leave to set up his own- that was how he established TREM in 1981 and has grown to be one of the most influential pastors in Nigeria today.

His Assets: Investments, Buildings, Aircraft/s, and Cars

  • Jets: He is reported to own 2 private jets. However, the man of God chose to keep the details of his jets secrete.
  • Cars: The men of God is reportedly a lover of cars. In an interview his daughter Uche Okonkwo had with Punch, she revealed that back in the days, she used to go for evening rides in and around Victoria Island and Lekki with her father on Sunday evenings. However, the brand of car/s he drives now is not yet known.
  • Real Estate: multi-billion naira estates in Nigeria. He also has choice houses in London, South Africa, and the USA.

His Philanthropic Deeds

Bishop Mike is known to engage in several philanthropic activities via his foundation,  Empowerment for the Less Privileged Foundation. He has made donations to health centers, run free prep schools for secondary school students as well as setting up free vocational training schemes.

15. Pastor Lazarus Muoka

  • Net Worth: $3 million (estimated)
  • Name of Church: The Lord’s Chosen Charismatic Revival Movement
  • Position in the Church: Founder and General Overseer

The conservative clergyman leads one of the fastest-growing church denominations in Nigeria with a large following. Pastor Lazarus Muoka actually revealed that his call to become a clergy ma came in dreams he had back in the 90s, and by 1994, he left the church he was serving to start The Lord’s Chosen Charismatic Revival Movement.

His Assets

Though he is not known to drive very expensive cars/own outrageous automobiles or assets, he is still one of the richest pastors in the country. His ministry does use some outrageous land crafts to promote their ministry.

His Philanthropic Deeds

There is no known foundation that Pastor Lazarus Muoka runs, but he has mentioned in an interview that he helps the masses. According to the clergyman, the church has a responsibility to help the less privileged, and once it is within his means, he does not hesitate to do so.

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