Bishop Oyedepo, founder and general overseer of the living Faith Church Worldwide (Winners Chapel) is a cleric who is widely respected all over the world.
He is also a cleric who believes poverty is not meant for the children of God and who has consistently preached the principles of prosperity throughout the world.
The respected man of God who recently came under verbal attack from a cross section of Nigerians when he notably remarked that God will not open the windows of heaven for people who don't pay their tithes, has, however, continued to manifest his preaching with his living standard.
Legit.ng's Ibittoye Shittu, in a visit to Oyedepo's Omu Aran residence inside Landmark University reveals that the Winners Chapel's founder indeed is blessed with a very high taste when he visited the grand house of the bishop.
The residence is believed to serve as Oyedepo's base when he visits Landmark for Inaugural lectures, Convocation and Matriculation addresses.
He is believed to generally stay in the palatial building whenever he is in town for one event or the other.
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A reporter's note
" On getting to the bishop's residence, the security guys turned me back. I had to plead and eventually, I was allowed in to the residence.
"The residence was well secured as we had to go through three security checks before we got to the entrance of the Bishop's house," Shittu reports.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had reported that Bishop David Oyedepo is the founder and presiding head of the church Living Faith Church Worldwide (popularly known as Winners Chapel).
He is also the chancellor of Covenant and Landmark University.
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The Bishop, as he is fondly called, recently dedicated another church in Lekki. In addition, back in May 2017, a parish of the Church in Houston, Texas, was also launched to the Joy of leaders and members. Nevertheless, this article is only about David Oyedepo’s new church building, the one in Lekki, Ajah that was dedicated in November.
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