Bishop David Olaniyi Oyedepo is a popular Nigerian pastor and businessman who happens to be the General Overseer of Living Faith Church (also known as, Winners Chapel International). Bishop Oyedepo heads one of the largest congregations in Nigeria and the world at large. His church is definitely one of the biggest in the world. The Bishop happens to be the richest pastor in the world.
Recent news has it that Oyedepo is set to spend a total of N160,000,000,000 (One hundred and sixty billion Naira) on new church project. This news was published by popular Nigerian news media, Sahara Reporters. See a screenshot below.
The caption read, "Oyedepo's church, Living Faith to spend N160 Billion on New 100,000-seater Auditorium |Sahara Reporters. @DavidOyedepoMin had recently said members of the church will no be tasked to contribute to the project".Ofcourse, people will always react to issues like this. See some of the reactions below.
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