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Rev Chris Okotie buys N120m Rolls Royce to mark pastoral anniversary

The Pastor of the Household of God Church International, Chris Okotie, recently bought a Rolls Royce Coupe, the 2014 Bespoke Edition, to...



Okotie and the Rolls Royce
The Pastor of the Household of God Church International, Chris Okotie, recently bought a Rolls Royce Coupe, the 2014 Bespoke Edition, to mark his 30 years as born-again Christian and 27 years as a pastor.


According Okotie’s close aide, the pastor spent N120m on the luxury car and had earlier spent N33m on a Range Rover Autobiography to mark a milestone of his church.

The source, in a text message, said, “Pastor Okotie just bought a Rolls Royce Coupe, 2014 Bespoke Edition at N120m to mark his 30 years as a born-again Christian and 27 years as a pastor. He had earlier bought a Range Rover (Autobiography) 2014 Model for N33m, reputed to be the costliest SUV in the world to mark this ministry’s milestone.”

Checks on the Internet showed that the cheapest price of same Rolls Royce model is about N65m, but it could be more expensive if armoured.

Fifty-five-year-old Okotie was in the news recently for the controversial comments he made during a church service in which he claimed that “all Catholics will go to hell,” and referred to Pope Francis as anti-Christ.

19 comments

  1. na wawo,na pastor abi na niga,o na ?.

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  2. Chai!! Church business is a cool Business ooo Looool after all others are buying private jets worth Billions.Lol

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  3. Dis is a real niga not Pastor!

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  4. If this is true, this is wrong! Very wrong!! If I were in government I would get all religious groups to be responsible for the welfare of the people in nigeria or opt out to pay taxes. Especially these new age churches.--GHN.

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  5. The best is meant 4 we xtians,so okotie deserve it.god remember me 4 good dis yr.

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  6. Or na ? Am jst passing by

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  7. na people tythes he just dey waste on cars. plenty people in his congregation has neva own upto N1m in dia whole life.

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  8. People are out there sufering u are buzy buying buyin a car 4 120 milion,is it nt beter u help d needy wit dt moni

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  9. na people tythes he just dey waste on cars. plenty people in his congregation has neva own upto N1m in dia whole life.

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  10. If okotie does not use dis car of magnitude, who else? Those who serve God deserve the best.

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  11. End times. Wolves in sheep's clothen.

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  12. Don't give me too much wealth so I won't forget u. Don't give me poverty so I won't steal but give me comfort. Let me have more than enough that I may help d poor. that is d prayer of a Christian

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  13. Abeg, leave this man alone.others bought private jets.

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  14. U no reach nah..ur mates dey buy private jet..ur level no reach...pastor indeed..

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  15. The funky pastor has done it again,Only God knows those that are serving him.

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  16. How is it that the Pope who is advocating for the poor like Jesus did will go to hell together with all Catholics according to this Pastor yet he finds it noble to purchase a N120 m vehicle to celebrate his 30 years as a born-again Christian while so many Nigerians are living in abject poverty. What will he do when he celebrates 50 years. I'm just curious.

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  17. okotie we wan be nija president, nigerins un go hear ram.

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