Top 10 richest pastors in Africa with their private jets


Over the past decade, most of the men of God who run churches throughout Africa have become so wealthy that the term “Pastopreneur” has been given to them.

These preachers who own mansions, private jets, private universities, and other properties have fortunes estimated in the millions of dollars and are now cited among the wealthiest men on the continent. At least, it’s not a sin to be wealthy. Here  is our list of top 10 richest pastors in Africa with their private jets

Bishop David Oyedepo

Bishop David Oyedepo is the founder and President of Living Faith Church Worldwide, also known as the Winners Chapel.

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According to Forbes magazine, he is the richest pastor in Africa with a fortune estimated at $150 million. Aside from being a pastor, he is also an architect and author of several successful religious books in Nigeria.

Prophet Shepherd Bushiri

Originally from Malawi, he currently resides in South Africa and is the founder of Christian Gathering. His church is also established in Malawi, Ghana, South Sudan, and other African countries.

His fortune is estimated at 150 million dollars. Aside from being a preacher, Shepherd Bushiri is a business tycoon with a network of companies, including SB Investments.


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