Apostle Safo, Obinim, Obofour among rich Ghanaian pastors with powerful luxury cars

Apostle Safo, Obinim, Obofour among rich Ghanaian pastors with powerful luxury cars

- Ghanaian pastors including Apostle Kwadwo Safo, Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams, Bishop Dag Heward-Mills and others can be considered rich

- While details of their net worth are not in the public, these pastors own luxury cars worth millions of cedis

- YEN.com.gh features three of these pastors with expensive luxury machines

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The past decades have seen a generation of super-wealthy pastors surfacing and they have become an inspiration to others who aspire to greater similar heights.

Despite the economic hardships some of these pastors have no cause to fear due to their massive wealth.

These fabulously rich Ghanaians have been spotted on countless occasions in their expensive luxury cars.

YEN.com.gh throws the spotlight on some rich Ghanaian pastors chiefs with luxury cars.

1: Apostle Kwadwo Safo

Apostle Safo, Obinim, Obofour among rich Ghanaian pastors with powerful luxury cars

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The founder of the Kristo Asafo Church also owns the Great KOSA network of companies. He owns several education institutions and recently started the production of Kantaka cars.

The Kristo Asafo Church recently unveiled a 40-feet car-aeroplane worth thousands of Ghana cedis.

2: Bishop Obinim

Bishop Daniel Obinim is a Ghanaian controversial pastor. He is known for flaunting his luxurious cars and even shares some.

Bishop Daniel Obinim has added a new luxurious vehicle to his fleet with a Rolls Royce Ghost Series.

His Rolls Royce Ghost Series is worth about US$300,000.

3. Rev. Obofour

Rev Obofour is considered one of the richest pastors in Ghana currently.

He is known for displaying his luxurious cars in the country.

Recently, he gifted some of his cars to some celebrities to celebrate his mum’s 60th birthday.

In other stories, YEN.com.gh reported fifty-nine inmates of the Nsawam medium-security prisons have had their matriculation ceremony at the Nsawam Prisons to study as distant students of the University of Cape Coast (UCC).

This comes after the College of Distance Education (CoDE) at the University of Cape Coast introduced new programmes through its CoDE initiative to benefit prison inmates in the country.

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