Pastors Ohis Ojeikere and Anwinli are the two best friends that make up The Winlos. Before they felt that God was calling them to serve as ministers, they belonged to the drama group at their local church. Due to their popularity, they have gained a large following of people worldwide, many of whom are interested in learning their net worth and source of income.
What Is The Winlos Net Worth?
The Winlos has an active social media presence. It is no longer news that content creators can monetize their contents on social media, so long as they have a huge fan base.
As for The Winlos, here is their social media fanbase:
How much money does The Winlos make from YouTube?
Below is an estimated average earnings from advertising on the channel, depending on language, price and current audience.
- Daily – $35
- Weekly – $248
- Monthly – $1,521
- Yearly – $18,255
October 2013, they started The Winlos on Youtube with his lovely wife with the vision of using creative hilarious skits, sketches, and dramatic illustrations of common marriage relationship realities to inspire it’s viewers.
The YouTube channel of the Winlos has amassed millions of followers across various social media platforms in less than two years, making it one of the fastest-growing channels in the country.
The Winlos had a significant increase in viewership and a substantial boost in popularity following the viral success of the “God told me to marry you 2” video.
The Winlos channel’s current stats and earnings
Here are the stats for the last two weeks, separated by days. The lowest daily views during this period are 13.64K. The highest daily views are 84.18K.
The Winlos Source of Income
- From ministry
- From donations
- Social their media
- Selling of products, books, etc
Biography of The Winlos
In 2008, in Asaba, Pastor Muyiwa Ohis Ojeikere and his spouse, Pastor Anwinli, met and became close. They got together while participating in the local church drama team and composing and playing in plays. They grew close, fell in love, and were married after that.
As a married couple, they have persisted in sharing the faith through plays, movies, skits, and other visual media. Voices from beyond the borders of Nigeria and Africa have heard their story. They are included among the current generation of gospel influencers.
They now represent Jesus both inside and outside of Nigeria, the country of their birth, and they have even taken home numerous honors in the drama and film categories.