EBENEZER ADARKWA YIADOM
Prophet Ebenezer Adarkwa Opambour Yiadom is the leader of the Ebenezer Miracle Worship Center in Kumasi. He is on record to have the largest church building and largest congregation (18,000 capacity) in the Ashanti Region, Ghana’s most populated region.
He won Radio stations, a TV station and Real Estate called Island City which has hundreds of houses built on his lands. He is undoubtedly one of the richest pastors in Ghana.
SAM KORANKYE ANKRAH
Reverend Sam Korankye Ankrah is the founder and Apostle General of the Royal House Chapel. He has a thriving church with members numbering 10,000 at his headquarters alone. Has hundreds of branches across Ghana and beyond.
He has a fine eye for the best of cards and houses. He drives Cadillac 4×4, a Toyota Land Cruiser Prado, a Toyota Land Cruiser V8 and a Mercedes-Benz ML. He also lives in a palace-like mansion at Sakaman Estates in Accra. He is one of the richest pastors in Ghana. Speaking of his source of wealth, the Rev. said:
“We are blessed and we cannot deny that. The blessing does not only come by means of money but it comes through people that follow us. For example, I have a club in my church called the Kings Club. It is made up of very high-profile people who are doing something in society. Now every month, I pray with them and let them know that God has placed them in their positions so that they can serve people and serve mankind and so on.”
Say I have 500 people in the club and it is Christmas or my birthday or my wedding anniversary, by Ghanaian customs and traditions where we honor our fathers, how much do you expect these people to give me?”
“I will not lie to you; say to the whole world that I say that by our position as men of God, we definitely attract blessings of which includes money, but for me it is the following and the people which are more important and the more we serve them, the more they show us kindness at the least opportunity. It is not calculated and intentional; we do not work out these things. It is simply traditional, cultural and humane.”