What is Matthew Ashimolowo net worth?
Matthew Ashimolowo net worth: Matthew Ashimolowo is one of the wealthiest pastors in the world. He is the senior pastor of Kingsway International Christian Centre (KICC) in London.
Pastor Mathew Ashimolowo was born on 17 March 1952 in Nigeria. The 68-year-old clergyman is the founder and senior pastor of Kingsway International Christian Centre in London. The other main church is in Maryland, Lagos. Pastor Matthew started ministering actively in 1992 and gradually built his church and congregation.
His Winning Ways programme is aired daily on Premier Radio (London) and Spirit FM (Amsterdam) and on television in Nigeria, Ghana, Zimbabwe, FaithAfrica (DSTV 341), the Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN) and Europe on The God Channel and Inspirational Network.
Ashimolowo converted to Christianity from Islam at the age of 20 after the death of his father before enrolling with a Bible school.
Matthew Ashimolowo Net Worth
Forbes estimated Ashimolowo’s net worth is at between $6–10 million. KICC annual accounts confirmed that he earns an annual salary of £100,000 but the majority of his wealth comes from the sale of Christian literature and documentaries from his media company, Matthew Ashimolowo media.Ashimolowo is considered a preacher of the prosperity gospel.
He currently has a following of about 15000 worshipers. Pastor Mathew Ashimolowo is one of the wealthiest preachers in Africa, his source of wealth being properties, businesses, and Christian literature and documents. He also has a media company, Matthew Ashimolowo media. And a television program; Winning Ways which is broadcasted in Ghana, Zimbabwe, Nigeria, and some countries in Europe.
Read TB Joshua net worth
The charity behind Kingsway International Christian Centre is The King’s Ministries Trust. This was investigated by the Charity Commission of England and Wales between 2002 and 2005. A report of the inquiry was released in October 2005.
The report concluded that there had been serious misconduct and mismanagement in the administration of the charity. At an early stage in the investigation, it was considered that the charity’s assets were at risk, and control was removed from the existing trustees and placed in the hands of an independent external company (the accountancy and management consultancy practice KPMG), who regularised the charity’s affairs.