What Do All Daddy G.Os Have In Common?

July 31, 2018

If there’s something Daddy G.Os don’t joke with, it’s in how they like to stand out. Whether it’s by their hairdo or their catchphrases, you’ll recognise them when they come through.

Can somebody shout Hallelujah? If you check very well we can bet that you have at least one relative who is a pastor.  As different as all our Daddy G.Os are, we couldn’t help but notice a couple of things most of them seem to have in common.

Many of their churches run either universities or secondary schools or both.

It’s not as if it’s just for-profit o, it’s because education is also their calling.

They are all published authors, some of them even run their own media houses so they can efficiently distribute the word of the Lord.

So multi-talented. Can only be God.

Some of them have private jets.

You might think this is a luxury, but it’s not. The word of God is timely and can’t be stuck at Muritala Muhammed, like the rest of us.

Has your Daddy arrived if he doesn’t have a campground along an expressway

Who cares if you get stuck in the unbearable traffic, receive your blessings from there. Amen?

Some of them are worth millions of dollars.

They don’t have to explain the source of their income to you, because how do you explain a net worth of over $150 million?
Divine abundance, brothers and sisters. Next year is your year.

In order to become a successful G.O. humility is a vital ingredient.

Just think about it, which G.O. do you know who isn’t humble?

Their churches have several branches including some in the overseas. They also broadcast nationally and internationally some even have TV stations.

Is your work truly complete if you haven’t given it international exposure?

If you say ‘tithe’ in front of a mirror three times, a Daddy G.O. will appear.

They are only trying to help your life, your prosperity is tied to your tithes. If you don’t tithe you can’t blow.

Their wives are usually also pastors.

You can’t find a Daddy G.O. without a Mummy G.O.

What’s your favourite thing about G.Os and did we leave anything out?

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