RESPONSIBILITIES FOR WORSHIP CENTERS IN NIGERIA
They should take into account the environment in which they operate, the community's views and the common good. All worship centres be it a Mosque or Church should begin to incorporate responsibility to their communities in their mission statement.
They should all begin to give back to the communities in which they operate by making sure they have good roads, pipe born water and assistance to those in need within every community they are located in. Our law makers should incorporate these into our constitution. If their religious leader refuses, then a revolution should first begin in those houses of God, as I am certain God will never give what we are currently getting.
Bishop David Oyedepo Net worth: $150 million
Chris Oyakhilome Net worth: $30 million – $50 million
Temitope Joshua Net worth: $10 million – $15 million
Matthew Ashimolowo Net worth: $6 million – $10 million
Chris Okotie Net worth: $3 million -$10 million
Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor National President of the Christian Association of Nigeria, (CAN)
Imams – don't know their net worth they also get finance from Abroad.
They can all do better with service to the communities they operate in. When this is done, we will begin to have less hungry people in Nigeria. They can afford to use God's wealth for the benefit of the people within those communities in lots of ways.
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These savings to be used accordingly: 1. Salaries of all security agents such as the police, State security service, and Civil defence corps to be increase whereby their minimum wage is N50, 000. 2. To recruit more police officers, State Security agents and civil defence corps across the Nation, given them adequate training and the tools needed to effectively police Nigeria. In the process…
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