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Who Are The Richest Pastors in Ghana ?Top 10 Church Leaders Revealed

The Richest Pastors in Ghana ; In Ghana’s vibrant spiritual landscape, several pastors have risen to prominence, not only for their spiritual guidance but also for their substantial wealth. In this article, we delve into the lives of the richest pastors in Ghana, exploring their net worth, sources of income, and the controversies that often surround their opulent lifestyles. Who Are The Richest Pastors in Ghana Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams , Apostle Kwadwo Safo , Pastor Dr. Mensah Otabil , Reverend Obofour , Bishop Charles Agyin-Asare , Bishop Dag Heward-Mills , Prophet Ebenezer Adarkwa Yiadom , Bishop Daniel Obinim , Reverend Sam Nii Korankye Ankrah, , Prophet Badu Kobi as the top 10 Richest Pastors in Ghana, are very famous in the country .

The top 10 Richest Pastors in Ghana and their Net worth

 Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams

Here are the Top 10 Richest Pastors in Ghana and their Net worth as at 2023.

1. Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams – Net Worth $6.9 million

Bishop Duncan was born on May 12, 1957, and he is the founder and Presiding Archbishop of Action Chapel International (ACI). The church headquarters is located in Accra, Ghana with over 250 branches and 2,000 affiliate churches scattered around North America, Africa, and Europe. He also founded the Charismatic Movement in Ghana which started some 40 years ago. Bishop Duncan is among the 100 most influential Africans. He is largely considered as the second richest pastor in Ghana and one of the richest men in Ghana as well. He is also the founder of Compassion in Action Africa, an NGO, and Dominion University College, a private University in Ghana. Bishop Duncan has published several books and is also a successful entrepreneur.

2. Apostle Kwadwo Safo – Net Worth: $6.5 million

Apostle Safo is largely regarded as a very mysterious man because of his very many facets. He is a preacher, inventor, author, innovator, agriculturist, biologist, physicist, and entrepreneur. He was born on August 6, 1948, and he presides over the Kristo Asafo Christ Reformed Church which he established in 1971. His church worships on Saturday, following the Sabbath Day doctrine and has held several fairs where products from the church were displayed in public. He runs several educational institutions and recently began the production of Katanka Cars in Ghana. He sits at number six on our list of top richest pastors in Ghana.

3. Pastor Dr. Mensah Otabil – Net Worth $6.3 million

Dr Mensah Otabil is a preacher, philanthropist, bestselling author, theologian, motivational speaker, and entrepreneur. He was born on August 31, 1959, and he is the founder of the International Central Gospel Church (ICGC). The church has its headquarters in Accra, Ghana with several branches scattered around Ghana, the United States, Canada, and Europe. He is also the founder of and Chancellor of Central University College. He also established a Leadership Growth Consultancy known as Otabil and Associates where he serves as CEO. Dr Mensah has published several books as well as devotionals. He is considered the richest pastor in Ghana even though his net worth is not made public.

4. Reverend Obofour – Net Worth: $6.1 million

Rev. Obofour, also known as Prophet Asanteman Bofour, is the founder and leader of Anointed Palace Chapel (APC) worldwide and CEO of Sweet TV. Reverend Obofour gained popularity in 2018 and is also is one of the richest pastors in Ghana.

Obofour distributed over 15 luxurious cars to people in his church including Prophet Emmanuel Badu Kobi a Jaguar, Apostle Kennedy Afreh Poku a Chrysler, Auntie Bee a Hyundai Elantra of Efiewura and many others.

5. Bishop Charles Agyin-Asare – Net Worth: $5.5 million

Bishop Charles was born on March 22, 1962, in the Eastern Region of Ghana then he moved to Accra later on to complete his schooling. While in High School he was known to be very notorious in several ways, smoking, drinking, chasing women, truancy, and so on. He got converted at the Church of Pentecost when he was 18 and has not looked back since then. He is the founder of World Miracle Church International, a church that has about 300 branches worldwide. The church changed its name to Perez Chapel International. Bishop Charles is also the founder and Chancellor of Perez University College and Precious TV. He has authored several books on Christianity. His church venue in Accra, the Perez Dome, is regarded as the largest church in the country’s capital able to accommodate 10,000 congregants.

6. Bishop Dag Heward-Mills – Net Worth: $5 million

Bishop Mills is a doctor by training but has since dropped his medical practice to follow Jesus. He is a seasoned author, preacher, evangelist, apostle, and missionary. He pastors one of the biggest churches in Ghana, the Lighthouse Group of Churches which he founded in 1988. Since establishment, the church has spread like wildfire with branches in over 50 countries. Mills is a rigorous missionary who has built over 400 churches worldwide and sending out about 485 missionaries to different locations around the world. He is the author of over 50 books and his church headquarters in Accra, The Qodesh, is regarded as the largest church complex in Ghana and one of the largest in Africa. He also runs an orphanage, hospital, and several schools.

7. Prophet Ebenezer Adarkwa Yiadom, – Net Worth: $4 million

Prophet Yiadom is the founder and leader of Ebenezer Miracle Worship Center in Kumasi, Ghana. He is fondly referred to by the names “Prophet One” or “Asante Moses.” Though he was born to a very poor family, he has turned his fortunes around to become one of the richest pastors in Ghana. His church auditorium is regarded as the largest in the Ashanti Region of Ghana, with close to 18,000 congregants every Sunday.

8. Bishop Daniel Obinim – Net Worth: $3 million

Bishop Obinim may have several controversies linked to his name, but he sure is very rich and sits comfortably on our number 8 spot. He is the founder and presiding bishop of the International Godsway Ministries. He claims to have spiritual powers and carries out several unorthodox practices that have attracted lots of criticism from Ghanaians. The Bishop owns several mansions and luxury cars .

9. Reverend Sam Nii Korankye Ankrah – Net Worth: $2.5 million

Reverend Sam is the Presiding Apostle and founder of the Royal House Chapel International. The church has its headquarters in Accra and several other branches all around the world. He is a very vibrant teacher of the Word and a versatile leader. Before establishing his church, he was in Europe looking for greener pastures. That was where he got the call to return home to set up his church. He is a respected teacher, preacher, apostle, entrepreneur, philanthropist, author, educator, and motivational speaker. He runs a scholarship fund for the needy and a compassion ministry for the needy. Rev. Sam is number five on our list of the richest pastors in Ghana.

10. Prophet Badu Kobi, Net Worth: $2 million

Prophet Kobi is the founding pastor of the Glorious Wave Church International. He is regarded as very rich and generous. The pastor has given out over 120 cars in recent times, and entertainment personalities have not been left out of the gifting spree.

Who are the fake pastors in Ghana?

Here are some Ghanaian pastors who have been described as fake by a section of the Ghanaian public.

  • Prophet Nigel Gaisie
  • Bishop Daniel Obinim
  • Reverend Isaac Owusu Bempah
  • Opambour (Prophet Ebenezer Adarkwa Yiadom)
  • Kumchacha
  • Rev. Chris Asante, a.k.a. Abruku Abruka
  • Pastor Boateng a.k.a Apae Live
  • Prophet Agya Nkuto.
  • Prophet Jesus Onetouch

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