Just a few days ago we wrote an article concerning private jets where we made mention of a list of Ghanaians who are extremely wealthy and can acquire private jets if they want to.
In today’s article we continue with the topic on private jets, however we will be bringing you pastors or ministers of God who are very rich and own a private jet.
Private jets serve as a means of transport for moving persons or goods from one place to another. It is also faster compared to other means of transports.
1.Kenneth Max Copeland – $760 million
Mr. Copeland is an American author, musician, public speaker and televangelist associated with the Charismatic Movement. He is well noted for preaching prosperity and abundance messages which is commonly referred to as prosperity gospel.
His prosperity gospel has been criticized by many denominations across the globe. He is also the founder of Kenneth Copeland Mnistries which is based in Texas.
His ministry’s 1,500-acre campus is a half-hour drive from Fort Worth includes a church, a private airstrip, a hangar for the ministry’s $17.5 million jet and other aircraft, and a $6 million church owned lakefront mansion.
2.Bishop Thomas Dexter Jakes – $150 million
Popular known as Bishops T.D Jakes is a pastor, author and filmmaker. He is the bishop of The Potter’s House, a Nondenominational American megachurch.
Bishop Jakes lives in a mansion which is worth $1,700,000, and is considered as America’s best preacher. The minister of God is worth $150 million.
3.Bishop David Oyedepo – $150 million
The founder and presiding bishop of the megachurch Faith Tabernacle in Ota, Ogun State, Nigeria, and Living Faith Church Worldwide, also known as Winners’ Chapel is second on the list.
According to reliable source, Bishop Oyedepo is the wealthiest Nigerian man of God with a total net worth $150 million, similar to Bishop Jakes.
4.Enoch Adejare Adeboye – $65 million
At number three is another Nigerian pastor and the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church, Mr. Adeboye.
He’s considered as the most powerful man in African by African magazine, Newsweek – and also one of the top global elites. According to reliable source, Mr. Adeboye is worth a whooping $65 million.
5.Chris Oyakhilome – $50 million
Chris Oyakhilome popularly referred to as Pastor Chris who is the founder of Believers Worldwide Incorporated, also known as Christ Embassy comes fifth on the list. His ministry can be found in several countries with its main headquarters located in Nigeria.
6.Benny Hinn – $42 million
Mr. Toufik Benedictus Hinn usually called Benny Hinn is an televangelist best known for his Miracle Crusade – revival meeting or faith summit that are usually held in stadiums in major cites, and later broadcaster on his own television program “This Is The Day.
7.Creflo Augustus Doller Jr. – $27 million
The American preacher and founder of the non-denominational World Changers Church International comes in number six. As he name suggests, Mr. Dollar is worth $27 million.
8.Billy Graham – $25 million
William Franklin Billy Graham commonly called Billy Graham is an American evangelist ordained by a Southern Baptist minister who rose to celebrity status in 1949 reaching a core constituency of middle-class, moderately conservative Protestants. He is widely acknowledged as the most influential preacher in the 20th century.
9.Temitope Balogun Joshua – $15 million
Popularly referred to as T.B Joshua, the Nigerian pastor is the founder and head pastor of The Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN) comes in number nine. His congregation was founded in 1987 and accommodates over 15,000 worshipers every Sundays.
10.Matthew Ashimolowo – $10 million
The last person on the list is Mr. Matthew Ashimolowo, the senior pastor of the Kingsway International Christian Church popularly known as KICC.
The Nigerian clergyman get an annual income of $200,000 – and his church is the largest Pentocostal church in the United Kingdom.
Although he gets annual income of $200,000 according to forbes, Mr. Ashimolowo is worth $10 million.