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William Kumuyi net worth 2023: Christopher Oghenebrorie Okotie is a Nigeriant elevangelist and the pastor of the Household of God Church International Ministries, a Pentecostal congregation in Lagos since February 1987.
Okotie was born to Francis Idje and Cecilia Okotie, in Ethiope-West, Delta State . As a growing child, he always loved to sing.
While in secondary school at Edo College, Benin City, he belonged to the school’s Music Club and usually entertained groups of people. He never considered commercialising his talent until his first year at university, when his father died. His hobbies include jogging, martial arts and music.
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He attended secondary school at Edo College, Benin City. In 1984, he graduated with a degree in law from the University of Nigeria at Nsukka. Okotie abandoned his schooling for a while to pursue a pop music career before his returning abruptly. Okotie married twice and announced he has separated from his second wife on June 24, 2012.
He returned to school to complete his education and graduated with a law degree. Whilst undergoing law school he interrupted his schooling again to begin his religious ministries. Okotie attended the Grace Fellowship Bible School in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and, soon after, established the Household of God Ministry.
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In 1990, Okotie established the annual Karis Awards, hosted by his church, to recognize and financially reward Nigerian citizens
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Pastor Chris Okotie net worth is estimated at $8 million. he is one of the wealthiest Pastors in Nigeria.
Okotie first ran for the President under the banner of the Justice Party (JP), led by Ralph Obiorah after he was schemed out of the National Democratic Party (NDP) primaries elections; he lost to Olusegun Obasanjo in the May 2003 elections. He ran again in 2007 on the platform of a party he founded, Fresh Democratic party, FRESH and lost to Umaru Yar’Adua in the May 2007 elections. Then in 2011, he ran and lost to the President Goodluck Jonathan
Okotie has published books and is a regular contributor to several Nigerian newspapers.
- The Last Outcast (Best selling book, 2001)
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