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The 8 Insanely Rich Ghanaian Pastors You Probably Didn’t Know The 8 Insanely Rich Ghanaian Pastors You Probably Didn’t Know

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The 8 Insanely Rich Ghanaian Pastors You Probably Didn’t Know

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A lot has been said and written about the wealth of Nigerian pastors, many of who boast huge mansions and luxurious private jets.

Certainly, God’s promise of prosperity has been fulfilled in the lives of several Ghanaian pastors as well.
The 8 richest pastors in Ghana
So, today, we bring you a list of the richest pastors in Ghana. Many of them started modestly but have now been blessed bountifully by God.

1. Mensah Otabil
Mensa-Otabil

The founder of the International Central Gospel Church (ICGC) has become hugely successful since he set up the church in 1984. He oversees the Central University and several other businesses. He is believed to own a mansion at Trassaco Valley in Accra.

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I nearly aborted DJ Switch when I conceived her – Mother

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I nearly aborted DJ Switch when I conceived her – Mother

Mother of Ghana’s youngest DJ, DJ Switch has disclosed that she considered having an abortion while she was pregnant with her daughter.

She remorsefully said on Zylofon 102.1 FM’s Showbiz Agenda that had she known her daughter would have turned out successful, the thought will not have crossed her mind.

“I almost aborted her. I actually went ahead to purchase the drug to terminate the pregnancy but I changed my mind later on”, she said.

According to her, she realized she was with another child six months after having her first child and could not bear the stigma.

“I was the talk of town. Everybody was pointing fingers at me because I had just graduated and in less than two years, was going to be a mother of two”, she added.

However, she expressed her joy in the fact that she restrained from the act and, now her daughter is the most popular young DJ in the country.

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Zylofonmediaonline.com

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