Pastor Lazarus Muoka is a Nigerian pastor, author and general overseer of one of the biggest churches in Nigeria, The Lords Chosen Charismatic Revival Ministries. On this post we we’ll view Pastor Lazarus Mouka’s biography, career, early life & net worth
Before becoming a pastor, he went into importation of motor parts and he had an office in Lagos. After his repentance, he helped as a minister for several years under the Watchman Catholic Charismatic Renewal Movement before God called him to establish his own church.
Full Name: Lazarus Muoka
Spouse: Joy Muoka
Career: Pastor and Author
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Lazarus Mouka was given birth to in a Catholic family and was brought up in that parochial background. He had a very modest background & also humble roots. He was given birth to in Mgbidi, Oru West, L.G.A of Imo State, Nigeria.
After his primary & secondary education at Mgbidi he went in search of greener fields in Lagos in 1975 where he learnt the vehicle spare parts business and was committed in it.
It paid him off generously in facilitating him establish his own spare part business before God interjected his works and required for his services in the Kingdom.
Pastor Lazarus Mouka’s Biography, Career, Early Life & Net worth
Pastor Lazarus Muoka lives a very conventional life and all he does is being uttered by God, including relaxation. He is married to Joy Muoka and they are blessed with two children.
His first son, Joshua Muoka got married to his wife Ifunanya Favour Muoka on 26th January, 2019 & some months later, his daughter Ruth Ifunanya Muoka married her husband Bro Lucky Oha.
Pastor Lazarus has authored only a handful of books and that is understood judging from when he started out on his own to establish his church and some of his books includes.
- How God Called Me
- Mark My Words
- And Ye Shall Receive Power
- Ye Must Be Born Again
- Christianity: A Better and Pure Religion
Pastor Lazarus Mouka is among one the richest pastors in Nigeria with an estimated assets rated $3m or N1.1 billion.