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Full List Of All 371 Tribes In Nigeria And States Where They Originate

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Nigeria is made up of several ethnic groups, majority of which are the Igbo, Hausa, Fulani and the Yoruba.  Within these ethnic groups are several tribes numbering 371.

Below is the least of the tribes and where they originate:

1 Abayon -Cross River

2 Abua (Odual) -Rivers

3 Achipa (Achipawa) -Kebbi

4 Adim -Cross River

5 Adun -Cross River

6 Affade -Yobe

7 Afizere -Plateau

8 Afo -Plateau

9 Agbo -Cross River

10 Akaju-Ndem (Akajuk) -Cross River

11 Akweya-Yachi -Benue

12 Alago (Arago) -Piateau

13 Amo -Plateau

14 Anaguta -Plateau

15 Anang -Akwa lbom

16 Andoni -Akwa lbom, Rivers

17 Angas -Bauchi, Jigawa, Plateau

18 Ankwei -Plateau

19 Anyima -Cross River

20 Attakar (ataka) -Kaduna

21 Auyoka (Auyokawa) -Jigawa

22 Awori -Lagos, Ogun

23 Ayu -Kaduna

24 Babur -Adamawa, Bomo, Taraba, Yobe

25 Bachama -Adamawa

26 Bachere -Cross River

27 Bada -Plateau

28 Bade -Yobe

29 Bahumono -Cross River

30 Bakulung -Taraba

31 Bali -Taraba

32 Bambora (Bambarawa) -Bauchi

33 Bambuko -Taraba

34 Banda (Bandawa) -Taraba

35 Banka (Bankalawa) -Bauchi

36 Banso (Panso) -Adamawa

37 Bara (Barawa) -Bauchi

38 Barke -Bauchi

39 Baruba (Barba) -Niger

40 Bashiri (Bashirawa) -Plateau

41 Bassa -Kaduna, Kogi, Niger, Plateau

42 Batta -Adamawa

43 Baushi -Niger

44 Baya -Adamawa

45 Bekwarra -Cross River

46 Bele (Buli, Belewa) -Bauchi

47 Betso (Bete) -Taraba

48 Bette -Cross River

49 Bilei -Adamawa

50 Bille -Adamawa

51 Bina (Binawa) -Kaduna

52 Bini -Edo

53 Birom -Plateau

54 Bobua -Taraba

55 Boki (Nki) -Cross River

56 Bkkos -Plateau

57 Boko (Bussawa, Bargawa) -Niger

58 Bole (Bolewa) -Bauchi, Yobe

59 Botlere -Adamawa

60 Boma (Bomawa, Burmano) -Bauchi

61 Bomboro -Bauchi

62 Buduma -Borno, Niger

63 Buji -Plateau

64 Buli -Bauchi

65 Bunu -Kogi

66 Bura -Adamawa

67 Burak -Bauchi

68 Burma (Burmawa) -Plateau

69 Buru -Yobe

70 Buta (Butawa) -Bauchi

71 Bwall -Plateau

72 Bwatiye -Adamawa

73 Bwazza -Adamawa

74 Challa -Plateau

75 Chama (Chamawa Fitilai) -Bauchi

76 Chamba -Taraba

77 Chamo -Bauchi

78 Chibok (Chibbak) -Yobe

79 Chinine -Borno

80 Chip -Plateau

81 Chokobo -Plateau

82 Chukkol -Taraba

83 Daba -Adamawa

84 Dadiya -Bauchi

85 Daka -Adamawa

86 Dakarkari -Niger, Kebbi

87 Danda (Dandawa) -Kebbi

88 Dangsa -Taraba

89 Daza (Dere, Derewa) -Bauchi

90 Degema -Rivers

91 Deno (Denawa) -Bauchi

92 Dghwede -Bomo

93 Diba -Taraba

94 Doemak (Dumuk) -Plateau

95 Ouguri -Bauchi

96 Duka (Dukawa) -Kebbi

97 Duma (Dumawa) -Bauchi

98 Ebana (Ebani) -Rivers

99 Ebirra (lgbirra) -Edo, Kogi, Ondo

100 Ebu -Edo, Kogi

101 Efik -Cross River

102 Egbema -Rivers

103 Egede (lgedde) -Benue

104 Eggon -Plateau

105 Egun (Gu) -Lagos,Ogun

106 Ejagham -Cross River

107 Ekajuk -Cross River

108 Eket -Akwa Ibom

109 Ekoi -Cross River

110 Engenni (Ngene) -Rivers

111 Epie -Rivers

112 Esan (Ishan) -Edo

113 Etche -Rivers

114 Etolu (Etilo) -Benue

115 Etsako -Edo

116 Etung -Cross River

117 Etuno -Edo

118 Palli -Adamawa

119 Fulani (Pulbe) -Bauchi, Borno, Jigawa , Kaduna, Kano, Katsina, Kebbi , Niger, Sokoto, Taraba, Yobe, etc.

120 Fyam (Fyem) -Plateau

121 Fyer(Fer) -Plateau

122 Ga’anda -Adamawa

123 Gade -Niger

124 Galambi -Bauchi

125 Gamergu-Mulgwa -Borno

126 Qanawuri -Plateau

127 Gavako -Borno

128 Gbedde -Kogi

129 Gengle -Taraba

130 Geji -Bauchi

131 Gera (Gere, Gerawa) -Bauchi

132 Geruma (Gerumawa) -Plateau

133 Geruma (Gerumawa) -Bauchi

134 Gingwak -Bauchi

135 Gira -Adamawa

136 Gizigz -Adamawa

137 Goernai -Plateau

138 Gokana (Kana) -Rivers

139 Gombi -Adamawa

140 Gornun (Gmun) -Taraba

141 Gonia -Taraba

142 Gubi (Gubawa) -Bauchi

143 Gude -Adamawa

144 Gudu -Adamawa

145 Gure -Kaduna

146 Gurmana -Niger

147 Gururntum -Bauchi

148 Gusu -Plateau

149 Gwa (Gurawa) -Adamawa

150 Gwamba Adamawa

151 Gwandara -Kaduna, Niger, Plateau

152 Gwari (Gbari) -Kaduna, Niger, Abuja, Plateau

153 Gwom -Taraba

154 Gwoza (Waha) -Borno

155 Gyem -Bauchi

156 Hausa: -Bauchi, Borno, Jigawa, Kaduna,Kano, Kastina, Kebbi, Niger,Taraba, Sokoto, Zamfara etc

157 Higi (Hig) -Borno, Adamawa

158 Holma -Adamawa

159 Hona -Adamawa

160 Ibeno -Akwa lbom

161 Ibibio -Akwa lbom

162 Ichen -Adamawa

163 Idoma -Benue, Taraba

164 Igalla -Kogi

165 lgbo: -Abia, Anambra, Benue, Delta, Ebonyi,Enugu, Imo, Rivers

166 ljumu -Kogi

167 Ikorn -Cross River

168 Irigwe -Plateau

169 Isoko -Delta

170 lsekiri (Itsekiri) -Delta

171 lyala (lyalla) -Cross River

172 lzondjo -Bayelsa, Delta, Ondo, Rivers

173 Jaba -Kaduna

174 Jahuna (Jahunawa) -Taraba

175 Jaku -Bauchi

176 Jara (Jaar Jarawa Jarawa-Dutse) -Bauchi

177 Jere (Jare, Jera, Jera, Jerawa) -Bauchi, Plateau

178 Jero -Taraba

179 Jibu -Adamawa

180 Jidda-Abu -Plateau

181 Jimbin (Jimbinawa) -Bauchi

182 Jirai -Adamawa

183 Jonjo (Jenjo) -Taraba

184 Jukun -Bauchi, Benue,Taraba, Plateau

185 Kaba(Kabawa) -Taraba

186 Kadara -Taraba

187 Kafanchan -Kaduna

188 Kagoro -Kaduna

189 Kaje (Kache) -Kaduna

190 Kajuru (Kajurawa) -Kaduna

191 Kaka -Adamawa

192 Kamaku (Karnukawa) -Kaduna, Kebbi, Niger

193 Kambari -Kebbi, Niger

194 Kambu -Adamawa

195 Kamo -Bauchi

196 Kanakuru (Dera) -Adamawa, Borno

197 Kanembu -Borno

198 Kanikon -Kaduna

199 Kantana -Plateau

200 Kanuri -Kaduna, Adamawa, Borno, Kano,Niger, Jigawa, Plateau, Taraba, Yobe

201 Karekare (Karaikarai) -Bauchi, Yobe

202 Karimjo -Taraba

203 Kariya -Bauchi

204 Katab (Kataf) -Kaduna

205 Kenern (Koenoem) -Plateau

206 Kenton -Taraba

207 Kiballo (Kiwollo) -Kaduna

208 Kilba -Adamawa

209 Kirfi (Kirfawa) -Bauchi

210 Koma -Taraba

211 Kona -Taraba

212 Koro (Kwaro) -Kaduna, Niger

213 Kubi (Kubawa) -Bauchi

214 Kudachano (Kudawa) -Bauchi

215 Kugama -Taraba

216 Kulere (Kaler) -Plateau

217 Kunini -Taraba

218 Kurama -Jigawa, Kaduna, Niger, Plateau

219 Kurdul -Adamawa

220 Kushi -Bauchi

221 Kuteb -Taraba

222 Kutin -Taraba

223 Kwalla -Plateau

224 Kwami (Kwom) -Bauchi

225 Kwanchi -Taraba

226 Kwanka (Kwankwa) -Bauchi, Plateau

227 Kwaro -Plateau

228 Kwato -Plateau

229 Kyenga (Kengawa) -Sokoto

230 Laaru (Larawa) -Niger

231 Lakka -Adamawa

232 Lala -Adamawa

233 Lama -Taraba

234 Lamja -Taraba

235 Lau -Taraba

236 Ubbo -Adamawa

237 Limono -Bauchi, Plateau

238 Lopa (Lupa, Lopawa) -Niger

239 Longuda (Lunguda) -Adamawa, Bauchi

240 Mabo -Plateau

241 Mada -Kaduna, Plateau

242 Mama -Plateau

243 Mambilla -Adamawa

244 Manchok -Kaduna

245 Mandara (Wandala) -Borno

246 Manga (Mangawa) -Yobe

247 Margi (Marghi) -Adamawa, Borno

248 Matakarn -Adamawa

249 Mbembe -Cross River, Enugu

250 Mbol -Adamawa

251 Mbube -Cross River

252 Mbula -Adamawa

253 Mbum -Taraba

254 Memyang (Meryan) -Plateau

255 Miango -Plateau

256 Miligili (Migili) -Plateau

257 Miya (Miyawa) -Bauchi

258 Mobber -Borno

259 Montol -Plateau

260 Moruwa (Moro’a, Morwa) -Kaduna

261 Muchaila -Adamawa

262 Mumuye -Taraba

263 Mundang -Adamawa

264 Munga (Mupang) -Plateau

265 Mushere -Plateau

266 Mwahavul (Mwaghavul) -Plateau

267 Ndoro -Taraba

268 Ngamo -Bauchi, Yobe

269 Ngizim -Yobe

270 Ngweshe (Ndhang.Ngoshe-Ndhang) -Adamawa, Borno

271 Ningi (Ningawa) -Bauchi

272 Ninzam (Ninzo) -Kaduna, Plateau

273 Njayi -Adamawa

274 Nkim -Cross River

275 Nkum -Cross River

276 Nokere (Nakere) -Plateau

277 Nunku -Kaduna, Plateau

278 Nupe -Niger

279 Nyandang -Taraba

280 Ododop Cross River

281 Ogori -Kwara

282 Okobo (Okkobor) -Akwa lbom

283 Okpamheri -Edo

284 Olulumo -Cross River

285 Oron -Akwa lbom

286 Owan -Edo

287 Owe -Kwara

288 Oworo -Kwara

289 Pa’a (Pa’awa Afawa) -Bauchi

290 Pai -Plateau

291 Panyam -Taraba

292 Pero -Bauchi

293 Pire -Adamawa

294 Pkanzom -Taraba

295 Poll -Taraba

296 Polchi Habe -Bauchi

297 Pongo (Pongu) -Niger

298 Potopo -Taraba

299 Pyapun (Piapung) -Plateau

300 Qua -Cross River

301 Rebina (Rebinawa) -Bauchi

302 Reshe -Kebbi, Niger

303 Rindire (Rendre) -Plateau

304 Rishuwa -Kaduna

305 Ron -Plateau

306 Rubu -Niger

307 Rukuba -Plateau

308 Rumada -Kaduna

309 Rumaya -Kaduna

310 Sakbe -Taraba

311 Sanga -Bauchi

312 Sate -Taraba

313 Saya (Sayawa Za’ar) -Bauchi

314 Segidi (Sigidawa) -Bauchi

315 Shanga (Shangawa) -Sokoto

316 Shangawa (Shangau) -Plateau

317 Shan-Shan -Plateau

318 Shira (Shirawa) -Kano

319 Shomo -Taraba

320 Shuwa -Adamawa, Borno

321 Sikdi -Plateau

322 Siri (Sirawa) -Bauchi

323 Srubu (Surubu) -Kaduna

324 Sukur -Adamawa

325 Sura -Plateau

326 Tangale -Bauchi

327 Tarok -Plateau, Taraba

328 Teme -Adamawa

329 Tera (Terawa) -Bauchi, Bomo

330 Teshena (Teshenawa) -Kano

331 Tigon -Adamawa

332 Tikar -Taraba

333 Tiv -Benue, Plateau, Taraba and Nasarawa

334 Tula -Bauchi

335 Tur -Adamawa

336 Ufia -Benue

337 Ukelle -Cross River

338 Ukwani (Kwale) -Delta

339 Uncinda -Kaduna, Kebbi, Niger, Sokoto

340 Uneme (Ineme) -Edo

341 Ura (Ula) -Niger

342 Urhobo -Delta

343 Utonkong -Benue

344 Uyanga -Cross River

345 Vemgo -Adamawa

346 Verre -Adamawa

347 Vommi -Taraba

348 Wagga -Adamawa

349 Waja -Bauchi

350 Waka -Taraba

351 Warja (Warja) -Jigawa

352 Warji -Bauchi

353 Wula -Adamawa

354 Wurbo -Adamawa

355 Wurkun -Taraba

356 Yache -Cross River

357 Yagba -Kwara

358 Yakurr (Yako) -Cross River

359 Yalla -Benue

360 Yandang -Taraba

361 Yergan (Yergum) -Plateau

362 Yoruba -(Kwara, Lagos, Ogun, Ondo, Oyo, Osun, Ekiti, Kogi)

363 Yott -Taraba

364 Yumu -Niger

365 Yungur -Adamawa

366 Yuom -Plateau

367 Zabara -Niger

368 Zaranda -Bauchi

369 Zarma (Zarmawa) -Kebbi

370 Zayam (Zeam) -Bauchi

371 Zul (Zulawa) –Bauchi

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    April 10, 2019 at 5:15 pm

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10 Mind Blowing Cute Yoruba Names To Call Your Lover

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Love they say, makes us do stupid things and say cheesy things. When you’re in love, you don’t care what the next person thinks about your ‘cheesyness’, and for the male folk, you don’t mind that your friends will poke fun at you, the stars in your bae’s eyes are totally worth it. This is why lovers often ignore familiar over-used affectionate names like “my love” or even “bae” and go for something creative like “my jewel,” “my bed of roses.” In this article, I will share with you some Yoruba cute names to call your boyfriend.

However, there’s a special tingle that comes with you calling your special one a special name in a local dialect. It becomes something akin to your little secret, especially among your friends who do not understand the language. A special name. It’s so fascinating your friends will probably try it out with their partners. Below are ten Yoruba names that sound as beautiful as they are:

1. Onitemi (My Very Own)

Onitemi is one of the cute names to call your boyfriend. It means “my only or the one for me” this name will make anyone sigh. You know those moments when your partner is angry, and you just go “Onitemi”. It is certified to calm them down. Even when they aren’t mad, there’s this feeling that comes with calling your partner that name anywhere, anytime, letting the world know you choose them above others.

 

2. Idunnumi (My Happiness)

if there’s one definite thing humans search for, it’s the ability to be happy enough that you radiate happiness into others lives, so much that when they see you, they feel so happy they tell everywhere, anywhere, that’s the person behind my smile. Awwwwnn, so cute.

 

3. Adumadan mi (My Black And Shine)

okay, let’s brag a little. This name is used for guys with black, shiny skin. When you call bae this you’re letting people know you adore his skin color and wouldn’t want him to change it for anything. When you call your bae this, you help boost his confidence. He feels more comfortable in his skin like he’s got the best skin in the world and his woman is proud of it.

 

4. Ayanfe mi (My Chosen Love)

Holy banana Island, someone turn on the AC. How romantic can an affectionate name get? The attitude in this name can melt steel. It’s like “I don’t care if you’re finer, I don’t care if you’re more intelligent, right, smarter. This is the person I want to spend the rest of my life with. This is the ONE” Wow. In my opinion, this is one of the best Yoruba cute names to call your boyfriend.

 

5. Olami (My Wealth)

This name is used by people who acknowledge that fiat money isn’t the only means to accumulate wealth. They understand the value embedded in their partners, and they’re letting the world know “as long as I have him/her, I’m rich.”

 

6. Ademi (My Crown)

What’s a king/Queen without his/her crown? This affection name tells the world that person is the reason you’re ‘kinging/queening’.

 

7. Okan mi (My Heart)

It doesn’t get ‘cheesier’ than you telling everyone “hey, that’s my heart right there.” Nope, it doesn’t get cheesier.

 

8. Eni bi okan mi (The One After My Own Heart)

Okay, forget what I said earlier, it dies to get cheesier.

 

9. Ayanmo mi (My Soul Mate)

To bread is butter, to you is your soul mate. Not everyone is lucky enough to find their soulmate, so when you find yours, you might want to let them know.

 

10. Iyo aye mi (Salt Of My Life)

This is totally a winner. Do you find a partner that brings meaning to your life? You’re a fortunate person. Let them know by calling them this rather than boring “my love”.

 

N.B: Go ahead, get as creative as you can get, do not be afraid to coin new Yoruba cute names to call your boyfriend that express how you feel to your him. Make them feel as wonderful as they make you feel. Get romantic in this month of love.

 

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Beautiful Love Messages To Motivate Your Husband At Work

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Beautiful and successful marriages don’t happen overnight. Most times, they are products of handwork, patience, and love. It requires you to remind your partner how much you love them regularly. And the easiest way to do this is by sending beautiful love messages to them.

Nothing gladdens a man heart at work more than a beautiful love message from his wife. More often than none, these messages could be the right motivation they need to push through a difficult task. And little gestures like this, makes him see you value you more than you can imagine.

Sometimes, our busy schedules make it almost impossible to write creative and romantic love messages. I understand how it feels. But it’s not your fault; you have other things to do. Don’t worry, in this article; you will learn some beautiful love messages to motivate your husband at work.

No matter how stressful his day is at work, once he reads any of these messages, he must smile. You see, I’m allowing you to put a beautiful smile in your hubby’s face.

Hey ladies, these are the beautiful love messages you can send to your hubby at work. We try to make them as short as possible. But you can always edit them to suit your tone. Trust me, there’s no better way of bonding with your partner and renewing your marriage vibes than love messages.

#1. Hey Darling! I’m so proud of you. Thank you for working so hard for our family. You are my superhero.

#2. I’m sending you this beautiful love message to remind I have a hug and kiss waiting for you here…

#3. Hey darling! I want you to know that you are the best of your kind. Thank you for showing me endless love even when I don’t deserve it.

#4. Hey handsome! Just want you to know that you are my fantasy comes through. I’m thankful everyday for having you in my life.

#5. Thank you so much, my hubby, for loving me unconditionally. Irrespective of my flaws, you still love more…..

#6. Giving you my heart is one of the best decisions in my life. I’ll always treat you like a king. You know what? I’ll love you until stars stop shining.

#7. Hello my superman, this is just a reminder of how much I love you. Even if I don’t say it every day, want you to know that you mean the world to me.
Sincerely, I appreciate everything you have been doing for the children and me. We are proud of you…

#8. Darling, please promise always to remember me and forever be mine. The thought of living without you drives me crazy. I missed your smile, come home quick for a special treat.

#9. Hey handsome, Just want to appreciate you for being you. It gladdens my heart when you inspire me to do great things and love me selflessly. You always guide me to see the beauty behind imperfection. I just want you to know that even If I come to this world again, I will choose you over and over again. I love you — best hubby of the year.

#10. I was counting my blessings, and I discovered that being your wife was the best of them. Every moment I spend with you makes me feel like the luckiest woman on earth. I never knew I could meet someone as lovely and kind as you. Trust me; I’ll spend the rest of my life, showing you how much I value you.

#11. Sweetheart! Do you know the beauty of having a husband as intelligent, brave and strong like you? I can always depend on you when things are rough, and I’m scared. No challenge is never too strong for you to overcome; that’s the reason you will remain my everyday crush till eternity. I love you like no man’s business.

#13. My handsome Husband. I always have confidence in your ability. Don’t allow the fear of failure to limit your success. Embrace the opportunity in front of you and prove yourself to the world. Just remember that even if the whole world forsakes you, I’ll always be with you.

#14. I know your recent failure is affecting you severely. But always remember that failures sometimes fast track your success. All I need from you now is to restrategize and aim for success this time. Don’t forget that my love for you is evergreen.

#15. Hey Darling, want to remind you that you are that part of me I never get tired of. Honestly, you are my dream comes true.

#16. Words are never enough to tell you how important you are to me. But I want you to know that you were born to shine. As you carry out your routine tasks at work, do make me proud. Always remember that I love you.

#17. My Lovely Husbandly, Just like the sun shines upon the earth, so your love shines in my heart. I love you, darling.

#18. My Darling, I want to appreciate you for always making me feel like the most beautiful woman in the world whenever we together.

#19. Dearest hubby, your kindness and loyalty always make me believe that God specially created you for me alone. You are a blessing to my life in so many ways. There’s no way I could have achieved this milestone in life if not for your support. Thank you for your love, and I’ll always love you.

#20. Hey handsome husband. I know I’m not perfect; I sometimes find it challenging to connect with you or share in your enthusiasm. But I want you to know that you are the most important person in my life. Even If being a mom creates a distance between us, it doesn’t change your position in my life.

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Top 10 Richest Pastors In The World And Their Cars (See Photos)

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Churches around the world earn millions of dollars every week. This money comes from tithing, offerings and prophetic gifts and is used to pay the salaries of community workers. In addition to church offerings, they also earn money on TV shows, special performances, books they write, and much more. The overseers of these churches are also workers.

We have decided to give a deep insight into the lives of some of these spiritual leaders to bring you the 10 richest pastors in
the world and their cars:

1. Kenneth Copeland – worth 120 billion naira


The richest pastor in the world, Kenneth Copeland, became a Christian in the mid-1990s and founded the ministries of Kenneth Copeland in Texas. The church earns millions selling books, DVDs and more. The church has its own runway and it flies with a 6 billion Naira jet. Copeland lives in a 2 billion naira mansion and drives numerous cars such as an 88 million Naira Maserati, Range Rover, Audi and Bentley.

2. David Oyedepo – worth 54 billion naira


The founder of Living Faith Church, also known as the Winning Chapel, David Oyedepo, is the richest pastor in Africa and Nigeria. He preaches about prosperity and lives life to the fullest. He owns two universities in Nigeria – Covenant University in Ogun and Landmark University in Kwara. He has a lavish collection of cars, including a Range Rover Sport with 12 million Naira, a Bentley GTC, Mercedes-Benz, BMW and a Roll-Royce Phantom. Even more shocking was that this was just one of two private jets under his name.

3. Pat Robertson – worth 36 billion naira


If you know the Christian broadcasting network broadcasting the 700 Club, you must have wondered who owns such a mega-outfit. Well, he’s Pat Robertson. He is also the chancellor and founder of Regent University in the United States. 87-year-old Pat Robertson lives in an 11 million Naira mansion and owns a whole range of luxury automobiles, including the 41 million Naira Chevy Corvette. It is also rumored that he also has a jet.

4. Benny Hinn – worth 23 billion naira


In 1983, the Orlando Christian Center was founded by Benny Hinn. The Israeli-born evangelist is known for his miracle crucifixes, which recorded countless healings and people raised from the dead. He lives in a Texas mansion and drives a Rolls-Royce, a 72-million-naira Ferrari, an expensive Mercedes-Benz from McLaren and also had a jet.

5. Chris Oyakhilome – worth 18 billion Naira


Pastor Chris Oyakhilome is the lead pastor and founder of the Believers Love World Church, popularly known in Nigeria as the Christian Embassy. The Edo-born spiritual leader also has many books under his name and a television station. He was once married to an Italian – Anita – and they have two daughters together.

All of his vehicles are among the most expensive and luxurious in the world, including a Mercedes-Benz 35 million Naira G-Wagon, a Range Rover Sport worth 18 million Naira and a Bentley GTC. The Nigerian is said to have his own jet called Sky power.

6. Joel Osteen – worth 14.5 billion naira


The well-known American pastor Joel Osteen inherited the largest Protestant church in the United States in 1999 from his father. With a weekly church visit of over 50,000 faithful, Lakewood Church also has a television station that broadcasts to more than a hundred countries.

Joel Osteen is married to Victoria Osteen. The husband and wife live with two children in their 3.6 billion naira villa in Houston. The Pastor, whose book, Your Best Life Now, has been on the New York Times bestseller list for four years. He drives a Mercedes-Benz G Wagon worth 35 million naira, a 72 million naira Ferrari, a jet of millions of naira, and a massive house.

7. Creflo Dollars – worth 10 billion naira


Popularly known as “It is God’s will to succeed in every way,” the American preacher Creflo Dollar literally has a constant “dollar flo”. He founded the World Changers Church in Georgia years ago and counts more than 30,000 dedicated parishioners. He owns 165 million naira Rolls Royce cars, expensive Manhattan and Atlanta villas, and a 700 million naira private jet.

8. Billy Graham – worth 9.5 billion Naira


One of the first pastors ever to be considered a celebrity is Billy Graham. The founder of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association gained popularity in the 1940s and was the spiritual leader of former US Presidents Dwight Eisenhower and Richard Nixon. It was also known that he was taught along with Martin Luther King Jr.

Billy Graham passed away in 2018 at the age of 99 and had reached over 2.2 billion listeners from around the world. Before his death he drove a 45 million Naira Rolls-Royce Cullinan and also had a jet.

9. Rick Warren – worth 9 billion naira


The Saddle back Church was founded in 1980 by Pastor Rick Warren in Lake Forest, California. The Evangelical Church is currently the fifth largest church in America and has at least 21,000 visitors a week. In 2006, Rick Warren once aroused media interest after inviting former Senator Barack Obama into his church, despite their opposing views on abortion.

Pastor Warren is now married to Kay Warren and currently lives with her children in California. The 63-year-old pastor is also known for his bestselling A Purpose Driven Life. With all the success and fame that the respected pastor has built in his life, he claims to have donated 90% of his income to charity and left him 10% for him and his family.

10. Franklin Graham – worth 7 billion naira


He is 65 years old and was converted to Christianity only 43 years ago. He took on the evangelism of his father and is currently President and CEO of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association. The younger Graham is also the author of many inspirational books and materials.

The pastor is now married and has children. He drives a Bentley Continental GT worth 35 million naira, inherited cars from his father and flies a 325-million-naira private jet.

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