'Nigerians Spend Trillions On Recharge Cards But Complain Of N500,000 School Fees'

The clergy man has spoken out in defence of the high school fees charged at his privately owned educational institutions.

Founder of Living Faith Church, David Oyedepo has defended the exorbitant fees paid by parents in church owned private universities, describing the provision of quality education as an expensive venture.

Church owned private universities like Covenant are often criticized for being too expensive for average Nigerians but the head pastor of Winners Chapel says Nigerians complain about the cost of education in private universities because they have got their priorities misplaced.

According to the Punch, he made this statement at a media chat organized in commemoration of his 60th birthday coming up on September 27, 2014

He said:

Speaking further, Oyedepo said he had chosen not to respond to the many controversial reports about him on the social media because he considered it as a waste of time.He continued:

Asked about the challenges he has faced in life and in his ministry, Oyedepo said he had never dwelled on his challenges but that he has rather been fuelled by them.He said:

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