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5. BISHOP DAVID OYEDEPO
Nigerian billionaire Pastor Dr David Oyedepo’s visit to officially open Winners’ Chapel Likoni Road did not go unnoticed. After all, it is East and Central Africa’s largest church, if its auditorium is any measure of grandness.
He made his grand entry aboard a private jet at the JKIA, where a motorcade of Range Rover Sports cars in tow whisked him to the sanctuary. By the way, the jet is one of four.
On this day, Deputy President William Ruto was the chief guest at the event. Winners’ Chapel International, also known as Living Faith Church, has a presence in 34 countries, with its headquarters in Lagos, Nigeria. Faith Tabernacle (the name of the headquarters), is a 50,000-sitter auditorium, and was in 2008 named the world’s largest church auditorium by Guinness Book. It is outside overflow capacity is 250,000.
The newly opened Winners’ Chapel Likoni Road Nairobi can sit 15,000 people.
Pastor Oyedepo is Nigeria’s richest pastor, with Forbes magazine estimating his wealth to kiss the Sh14 billion ceiling. Among his businesses is an airline and a publishing house.
6. BROTHER PAUL KAMLESH PATTNI
He first shot into the national limelight with the Sh60 billion plus Goldenberg scandal. That he was dealing in gemstones meant wearing a Sh160,000 sapphire ring was no big deal.
Tribulations of biblical Jacob proportions came fast and furious. Pattni was jailed, accused of murder and the court cases never seemed to end, even after he gave the state the Sh4 billion Grand Regency Hotel (now Laico Regency)
He then joined politics through his party Kenya National Democratic Alliance, but lost the Westlands constituency seat in 2002. The man who quotes biblical verses to stress every point changed religions. From Hindu, Pattni got saved and was baptised as Brother Paul Pattni. He thereafter started his own church.
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