Pastor David Ibiyeomie

Two Plots Of Land Is Not Enough For Me And My Cars — Pastor David Ibiyeomie Says

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Pastor David Ibiyeomie, the founder of Salvation Ministries, Port Harcourt, has said two plots of lands is not enough for him and his fleet of cars.

According to Church Gist, the clergyman stated this while preaching in his church recently. He was quoted to have said if he is given two plots of lands anywhere in the world, it won’t be enough for him and his cars.

Ibiyeomi explained that he gave the money intended for his first car to God, hence why God has been blessing him with cars. He further added that he has given out over 50 cars in less than two months.

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His words,

“When Peter gave his boat what did he get? Fishes because that was his business, when this young man gave money to roof the Church what did he get? Money. I gave my first money meant for car to the Kingdom of God, till Jesus comes I won’t worry about cars, I have given out 50 plus cars in less than 2 months, have I told you before?

I gave my first $1,000,000 in 2012 when I had no house, I won’t be talking about house now, I have landed properties that I don’t even know about, there is nowhere in the world where you give me 2 plots of land that I will use, I can’t use 2 plots because it isn’t enough for me.

Even in the Riverine area where my parents came from, two plots isn’t enough for me, where will I park my cars, talk less of my entourages, riverine lands are very expensive, the lands are not even available yet two plots isn’t enough for me anywhere in the world, what will I do with two plots?”



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