Longest Serving General Overseers In Nigerian Churches

Longest Serving General Overseers In Nigerian Churches

Following the retirement of Pastor E.A Adeboye as the General Overseer of RCCG Nigeria, we bring to you the list of the longest serving General Overseers in Nigerian churches. It has been discovered that Pastor Adeboye retired as result of the Financial Reporting Council Of Nigeria (FRCN) corporate governance code. The code requires heads of all registered churches, mosques and other non-profit organisations to serve a maximum of 20 years in office and thereafter hand over to someone from outside their families.

There are many general overseers in Nigeria that have stayed beyond the statutory 20 years. In this list of the Longest Serving General Overseers In Nigerian Churches, we will bring to your knowledge these general overseers, their churches and their duration in office so far.

Also See: Pastor E.A Adeboye Retires As RCCG General Overseer

Longest Serving General Overseers In Nigerian Churches

Longest Serving General Overseers In Nigerian ChurchesBelow is the list of the longest serving general superintendents/overseers in Nigeria, churches and their duration.

General Overseer/SuperintendentChurchDuration
Pastor William KumuyiDeeper Christian Life Ministry43 years
Bishop Mike OkonkwoRedeemed Evangelical Mission35 years
Bishop David OyedepoLiving Faith Church (Winners Chapel’s)35 yeas
Pastor Ayo OritsejaforWord of Life Bible Church29 years
Rev. Chris OkotieHousehold of God29 years
Pastor Tunde BakareLatter Rain Assembly27 years
Pastor Chris OyakhilomeBelievers’ LoveWord International, (Christ Embassy)26 years
Pastor Matthew AshimolowoKingsway International Christian Centre24 years
Dr. Daniel OlukoyaMountain of Fire and Miracles Ministries22 years
Pastor Paul AdefarasinHouse on the Rock22 years
Pastor Sam AdeyemiDaystar Christian Centre(21 years)

Also See: 2017 Prophecies By Nigerian Pastors

Now that Pastor Adeboye have resigned, do you think the Nigerian state should continue interfering in the internal organisations of churches? Are churches not to run their activities the way they want without the state’s interference? What is your opinion? Please share with us below. Thank you.

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