Author: Ifem Anayo

The latter days of Christianity in Nigeria have seen pastors thrive in wealth and bask in the euphoria of diligently leading the body of Christ. Let’s check out the top 10 richest Nigerian pastors. These days, tales of how pastors are being identified with everything related to being a pauper are now sounding outlandish as contemporary times have changed that sordid narrative. Nigerian pastors now live in sheer affluence whilst wielding territorial influence outside of their spheres into politics, business and other ventures. Pastors are no longer seen as an impoverished miserable lot. In the stead of that general notion,…

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Here’s Bishop David Oyedepo Biography, Family, Books & Ministry – Serving God diligently pays big time and to the latter. This payment is not done in heaven, that’s the second batch of it, God pays heavily here on earth with earthly fruits and rewards before you proceed to meet him in spirit. Certain men have proven that you could be rich serving God while wielding global and territorial influence in both God’s Kingdom and the world. One of such men is Bishop David Oyedepo, reputed to be the richest pastor alive on earth with an eye popping net worth. He…

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How to invest in Real Estate is a question on every investor’s mind. Real Estate Business is a money-spinning business because properties actually appreciate in this part of the world and have a very low depreciation rate. This is a safe-haven for investment. But amidst the juicy story behind real estate, you wonder why everybody is not investing in it. The fact is that real estate investment is capital intensive hence it is not for everybody. This post is based on research of some real estate investors and how they made their money in real estate. After careful research, I…

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Currency redenomination occurs when a government uses a single currency unit to replace a fixed number of old units (usually a positive integer). These numbers can be as high as 10, 100, 1000 (or more) of the old units for one new unit. In other words, altering the face value of a currency without changing its foreign exchange rate is redenomination. Inflation (or hyperinflation) is frequently the cause of redenomination. Governments employ currency redenominations because the old currency has been debased so badly it is worth very little (or is essentially worthless). This has occurred many times throughout history. Economic…

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