In life, always have it in mind that everyone has a story to tell, be it good or bad. Bringing us to the fact that Pastor Johnson Suleman of Omega Fire Ministry, through a video that surfaced online, revealed how Bishop David Oyedepo told late Archbishop Idahosa to teach him how to make money. According to the video, he made it known that the bishop (Oyedepo) visited Idahosa, and the archbishop told him to take some money under his bed, and Oyedepo went, drew out the box and closed it back without taking any money.
He went back and told Idahosa, that he does not want money, rather told him to teach him (Oyedepo) what brings money. Johnson Suleman went on by saying, today Bishop David Oyedepo, is running universities like secondary schools, and even heard him saying, that he has about 11 accounts with billions and has not touched them. See video.
Late Benson Andrew Idahosa, was a Charismatic Pentecostal preacher. He is the founder of Church of God Mission International. Based on what Pastor Suleman revealed about Bishop Oyedepo, telling Archbishop Idahosa to teach him how to make money, what do you think?
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