Sunday, October 22, 2017

David Oyedepo Reveals How Dogara Donated Six Months Of His Salary To Covenant University

The Speaker of the Federal House of Assembly, Yakubu Dogara once made a sacrificial offering of his six months salary to Living Faith Ministries during the construction of Covenant University over 15 years ago.

This was made known over the weekend by the Chancellor of Covenant University, Dr. David Oyedepo, during the 2017 Eagles Summit.

The Eagles Summit is an annual gathering of alumnus of Covenant University at the school’s main campus in Ota.

Bishop Oyedepo spoke on developing spiritual capacity towards sustainable global impact.

He narrated, “The Speaker of the Federal House of Assembly has been a son to me since his university days. He shared a testimony yesterday about how he heard me say something in Bauchi in 1988 and it changed his entire life forever. 1988 in Bauchi. It transformed his life forever because he picked it up and ran with it.

“When your University was taking off and we started construction, he sacrificed his 6 months salary wholesale to Covenant University. He has never had to struggle for anything in his life. Everything works in divine frequency for him.”

“And you hear him say again, I am a son of the House. Yes in the midst of wolves, i am a practicing Christian. No truly spiritual person ever gets stranded in life. I gave my life to Christ 48 years ago so I have lived all my life with Jesus. Zero regrets.”

“First Bank officials came here during the third phase of the construction and asked which bank is bankrolling this project, and I told them none. They said it is impossible. They didn’t understand.”

“Your university has never been indebted to any bank. That is the benefit of spirituality, things work for you in a way that seems impossible to man.”

“A top American economist and professor came to visit and came to my office and said this is an Ivy League standard university even in America. I told him thank you, I know.”


  1. If you water God He will water you back

  2. Who asked him. Did dogara not a house of rep memeber. Aren’t they all thieves. He can make up with other exorbitant allowances like the wardrobe, etc

  3. I respectfully disagree with the man of God as I see this as a means of soliciting for more funds from people. Why can he advertise how many people he has helped? I believe in prosperity and I also believe it comes from the Lord, but why make the less privileged so uncomfortable or why use every opportunity to show off what you have and indirectly asking for more? May God have mercy ooo

  4. Using every avenue to solicit for money despite the billions in his possessions.

  5. Good of him. It's always nice to partake in the work of God

  6. Yet their school fees increases everyday. Is God the owner the university that the children of the the members can't even attend because it's expensive