You’re a devil, we don’t carry out incantations using people’s names – Celestial Church fires back at Pastor David Ibiyeomie

he Celestial Church of Christ via its official Instagram page fired back at pastor David Ibiyeomie after disclosing the hatred he has for the white garment churches.


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Pastor David Ibiyeomie, the Founder of Salvation Ministries during a church service told his congregation that white garment prophets carry out incantations by using people’s names.

He added that name of someone can be soaked in a bottle of gin and a prophet then begins to make incantations until such person would be struck and get drunk without consuming any alcohol.

Reacting to this, the Celestial Church of Christ via its official Instagram page identified as celestialgeneration frowned at the statement by debunking what the pastor said about the white garment churches.

According to them, the celestial church forbids alcohol drinking as the use of alcohol strongly affects the presence of holy spirits.

Also another Celestial page identified as cccworldwide1 on Instagram takes a swipe at Pastor David Ibiyeomie as they noted that he lies against them and he is not a true man of God but a devil.

celestialgeneration wrote;  “Pastor David Ibiyiomie of the salvation ministries in a viral video professed his hatred for white garment churches.He adduced his reasons to the fact that some ‘cele’prophets according to him ‘put the name of people’s children in kaikai and chant incantations(demonic psalms according to him)prophesying that those children never amounts to anything by being alcoholics.

Well cele is not a generic name for white garment churches and there are denominations even in white garment churches,so only him knows the white garment prophet he encountered where the name of his children were dipped in a gin.

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