The spiritual leader of the Celestial Church of Christ, Elisha Parish, Marcus Korede Tibetan has advised Nigerian Christians to stay at home and rest, instead of wasting their time in churches where God no longer live. He made this known to City People Online on Tuesday, August 7, 2018, at his Elisha parish, Alakuko.
Speaking on the need for Christians to free themselves from the shackles of the so-called men of God, Prophet Tibetan stated that the church leaders are only living fat on the hard works o their members, leaving them poorer by the day, while they (pastors) go about in Private Jets and Choppers, which Jesus, to places God had not sent them.
Even the pillars inside those churches are made with human bodies so as to draw gullible people who go about looking for miracles, signs and wonders. Look at what happened in the east, they used human beings to do the foundation, it was one of the bricklayers that raised the alarm.
The good news is that God’s anger is coming upon them now. Remember the man of God who goes about with handkerchiefs. He’s in the hospital now. He has been filing bankruptcy from everywhere in the world. He is a rogue.
And do you know the man of God in Ota is doing oil well in other African countries, goes about with about 4 or 5 jets. Amongst his family, who is rich like this before? All is just 419. They are beggars became rich. Forget about the one-tenth scam, in the 1930s and 1940s, the church did not have an account, they share for the people, they cater for the people. The missionary came and we have free education, but the one of our people isa scam. They use the money you give them to impoverish you. Stop going to church and see what will happen to them.
In Egbeda recently, we know of a provisional pastor, when his history of mismanagement was exposed, brought out Igbadi (charm) and threatened to hit anyone who dare to touch him with leprosy.
There is another one in Ifo here, who sleeps with all the young girls he claimed to be catering for their academics; girls of 14 and 12 years. Is that what church is about?..Look at that Igbo pastor too with his member wearing yellow jacket around. See how he’s treating his church members? Do we need these things? Do we need a place called church?” he asked.