Nigerian Church Enjoys 23 Years Uninterrupted Power Supply Without Govt Input

Nigerian Church Enjoys 23 Years Uninterrupted Power Supply Without Govt Input

  • Living Faith International headquarter, Canaan Land also known as Faith Tabernacle has enjoyed two decades of steady power supply
  • Bishop David Oyedepo who is the founder of the church disclosed it during a sermon at the Faith Tabernacle
  • He said the church achieved the feat without the input of federal, state or local government in all those years

Ogun, Ota - The founder of the Living Faith Church Worldwide, Bishop David Oyedepo has revealed that Canaan Land has enjoyed 23 years of uninterrupted power supply without the input of government, Vanguard reported.

Oyedepo during a sermon at the headquarter of the church known as Faith Tabernacle in Ota, Ogun state said the milestone was achievable because they invested a lot of resources.

Winners’ Chapel International, Bishop David Oyedepo
Bishop Oyedepo is the founder of Living Faith Church Worldwide and also the presiding at Faith Tabernacle. Photo: Living Faith
Source: Facebook

As gathered by, the bishop said with the help of proper management culture, they have been able to sustain it that long without a single day of blackout.

Read also

World's largest auditorium: US commission sends delegation to Abuja popular church

He said:

PAY ATTENTION: Share your outstanding story with our editors! Please reach us through!

“Light has never gone off in Canaanland since 1999. We have zero input from any government in Nigeria whether local, state, or federal. Not that we collect offering every Sunday to achieve this. We invested resources and have good and very committed people that manage it.
“We teach the world that you can make your marks by depending on God.”

About Faith Tabernacle

The Faith Tabernacle is the headquarters church of Living Faith Church Worldwide situated in Ota, Lagos State, Nigeria. In 2015, the attendance is 50,000 people, BBC news reported

It was gathered that in 1981, David Oyedepo at age 26, had a vision for his ministry.

Canaanland was procured in 1998 and was initially 560 acres (2.3 km2), it is in Ota, Ogun, Nigeria. The church's international headquarters, Faith Tabernacle, was built in Cannanland between 1998 and 1999, taking twelve months to complete. The foundation laying took place on August 29, 1998.

Read also

Ondo Catholic church attack: Oyedepo reacts, declares instant judgment on killers

In 1999, the Faith Tabernacle was inaugurated with 50,400 seats. Faith Tabernacle was reputed to be the world's largest church in terms of capacity.

It covers about 70 hectares and is built inside the complex called Canaanland, with a size of more than 10,500 hectares (42km2) in Ota, a suburb of Lagos. The church building was constructed under 12 months and dedicated in September 1999.

Winners Chapel pastor resigns to become Herbalist, makes shocking revelations

In another development, a 40-year-old Oyewusi Oluyinka Abayomi was a pastor with Winners Chapel church presided over by Bishop David Oyedepo up until 2021.

In 2021, he resigned from the commission and turned his back on Christianity to become a herbalist.

Oluyinka has now opened up on the real reason he left Christianity and some sad things that happened to him in Winners Chapel.

Tech savvy traditionalist says he was born into a Deeper Life family

Read also

Thomas Partey converts to Islam, reveals it's because of his Moroccan girlfriend

Meanwhile, previously reported that a traditionalist had revealed that he was actually born into a Deeper Life family.

He told in a recent interview that the public perception of traditional practices is ill-informed and bias.

The devout traditionalist said the practice is actually for the advancement of human causes and well-being stressing that it is people who have limited it to a means of seeking fast fame, wealth or wishes.

The tech savvy man who uses an iPhone 11 revealed that his family had disowned him as a result of his traditional practice.


Online view pixel