A South African pastor and general overseer of Alleluia Ministries International, Alph Lukau, is now the richest PASTOR in the world. He may even be richer than the pope.
According to South African local press, Pastor Alph Lukau’s net worth is now more than $1 BILLION.
Alleluia Ministries International has TENS OF THOUSANDS of members in Africa, Europe, and South America.
In the past, the Pastor has come under fire for allegedly claiming to heal fake, dying patients. On his social media, he posted images of "dead" clients laying in hospital beds and then him bring them "back to lie."
“There is NO sickness that Jehovah Rapha cannot heal. Is it HIV, is it cancer? Diabetes, arthritis, high/low blood, paralysis or back pains? There is nothing He cannot do. He lifted this woman from her bed of death as doctors had sent her home with no solution. Your solution is found in Jesus," he boasted. Social media swarmed him and told him to cut it out.
The scandal obviously didn't hurt his career, and he has since become a billionaire, and he is not shy about flaunting his wealth. His works will come under immense scrutiny, and people will be looking to him to share the wealth with those less fortunate.
How does he spend all that money? Well, when he’s not doing charity, THIS is how he travels around the country . . .
According to Alleluia's official website, here is their mission statement: "AMI is a Bible-believing Christian Church, with its foundation rooted on the word of God. The Church started on the 24th of February 2002 in Lyndhurst, Johannesburg South Africa.
Our Vision is to Conquer the world for Jesus Christ. With a defined mission to expand the borders of the Kingdom of God through evangelism and outreach, and awaken the church of God in our world today.
With a mandate to empty hell and fill up heaven. We believe that Jesus commissioned each and everyone of us to spread His Good News. Alleluia Ministries International is not a church of members but a family of disciples. We focus on building up disciples rather than filling up chairs."