“It Is An Insult To Say I’m Worth $150 Million”–Nigeria’s Pastor David Oyedepo

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Nigerian pastor, Oyedepo was mentioned in Forbes list of richest pastors in the world recently and was said to be worth some $150 million. The revered man of God has said in a new video that, it is an insult to say that he’s worth $150 million.

Bishop David Oyedepo made this statement when he was delivering a sermon titled “The secrets of prosperity”. The founder and leader of the Winners Chapen Inc, stated that, his bible tells him in Philippians 4:19 that, God will supply all his needs and thus, $150 million is too small.


“Someone said I am worth $150 million, well that’s an insult, I am worth Phillippians 4:19”

But my God shall supply all your need according to his riches in glory by Christ Jesus.” as as thus 150 million dollars is too small..

A portion of the report by Forbes on the Richest pastors in the world reads:

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Coming in as a supposed host of the Holy Ghost with the most, Bishop David Oyedepo heads the single largest church in the world, Winners’ Chapel, which seats 50,000. As one of the main founders of the Nigerian Christian Charismatic movement, he also exerts control over churches in 45 African nations, as well as several in Dubai, the United Kingdom and the United States.

Having been mentored by Adeboye, it is quite clear he took the formula of church expansion up a notch. Alongside churches, there has also been active outreach within his native continent where his ministry has aided in the development of hospitals, schools and maternity homes.

As to be expected with such successes, two of his sons are following in his footsteps by heading up both the London and South African Winners’ Chapel divisions.

Watch the full video below:

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