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Prophet Jeremiah Omoto Fufeyin – Estimated Net Worth: $5.5 Million Dollars

Jeremiah Omoto Fufeyin - Estimated Net Worth: $5.5 Million Dollars
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Jeremiah Omoto Fufeyin – Estimated Net Worth: $5.5 Million Dollars

Jeremiah Omoto Fufeyin was born in Burutu, Warri, Delta State, Nigeria on 15 February 1972. He had his primary school education at Zuokumor Primary School in Burutu L.G.A of Delta State between 1981 and 1986. His secondary education was at Gbesa Grammar School Ojobo, between 1986–1992.

Jeremiah Omoto Fufeyin - Estimated Net Worth: $5.5 Million Dollars

Jeremiah Omoto Fufeyin – Estimated Net Worth: $5.5 Million Dollars

He is married to Anthonia Fufeyin and they have four children. He was born in a polygamous home and is the 22 child out of the 36 children sired by his father, late Livingston  Stevenson Toboukeyei Fufeyin and AsetuProphet Jeremiah Omoto Fufeyin, General Overseer, Christ Mercyland Deliverance Ministry, founder, Mercy Television, Warri, Delta State, South-South Nigeria is likely to have joined the league of some Christian leaders in the acquisition of a private jet.

The tireless general, Prophet Omoto Fufeyin who was blessed with a G-Wagon Mercedes Block 2018 Model and 2018 Land Cruiser Jeep as gifts from one of his sons recently was seen on a private jet yesterday along with his “brothers” Prophet-Shepherd Bushiri, Major One of Enlightened Christian Gathering (ECG) Ministries from South Africa and the Elijah of our generation, Dr. Emmanuel Okereke, General Overseer/founder, Global Success Ministries, and Success Television Channels, Lagos, Nigeria.
It was gathered that the men of God went for evangelism in Port Harcourt and Abuja respectively.

When ask why he bought a private jet, Prophet Jeremiah Omoto said,

“Sometimes my schedules are tight.

“I travel a lot to do the work God sent me to do – preaching, prophesy and deliverance and it’s very stressful spending five to six hours on a flight just to minister for 2 hours.

“With a private jet, it’s more convenient and I think that is one of the reasons a lot of preachers have planes.

“I know some people buy planes, but I can’t afford one; I believe my sons and daughters will bless me with one to help support the ministry.

“Private jet is a necessity and not a luxury for some of us deeply involved in the work of God to own planes.

“The jet we used yesterday was sent to take us to minister Gods word by one of my sons.”

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