April 20, 2024

The prophet reiterated that if Ibiyeomie failed to apologize within 14 days, there would be consequences.

A prophet of the Celestial Church of Christ has given the founder of Salvation Ministries, Pastor David Ibiyeomie, 14 days to apologize for his recent comment about white garment churches or face dire consequences.

A few days ago, Port Harcourt-based clergyman David Ibiyeomie, in a video that went viral, expressed his dislike for white garment churches.

Speaking during a sermon in his church, the televangelist shared his opinion of white garment churches, noting that many would have a negative opinion of them if they knew what takes place in their churches.

“Do you know why I hate white garment churches? People don’t know why I hate them. If you know what they do, you will never like them. They can take your surname and put it inside a bottle of gin and make incantations.”

“That’s how they do it. All these yeye prophets will take the name of somebody and put it inside the local gin and read all those demonic Psalms in it,” Ibiyeomie said.

Addressing Ibiyeomie’s controversial statement, a prophet who identified himself as a “Bonafide celestial prophet” emphasized that Ibiyeomie had made a serious mistake and needed to apologize to the celestial community.

The prophet reiterated that if Ibiyeomie failed to apologize within 14 days, there would be consequences.

“I am saying that I want to speak to Mr. or Pastor David Ibiyeomie; I am a bona fide celestial prophet. But what he said to us, the celestials, was that he really made a terrible mistake, and as a man of God, we are expecting him within those 14 days that the supreme evangelist spoke against him to apologize. If he did not, this is not a word of threat; he will visit our God.” He said.

Watch him speak below;

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