Apostle Chukwusom Okoli calls Igbos devil worshippers

Apostle Chukwusom Okoli calls Igbos devil worshippers

- Apostle Chukwusom Okoli sent a message to witches and wizards all over the world

- The religious cleric challenged them to a spiritual battle

- He also described Igbos as devil worshipers

Apostle Chukwusom Okoli has challenged witches, wizards and spiritualists all over the world to a spiritual contest.

Vanguard reports that the apostle who is the founder of New Covenant Christian Fellowship which is located in Nnobi in Anambra state said he wants to use the contest to re-enact the feat of Prophet Elijah in Mount Carmel, where he challenged the prophets of Baal to determine whether God or Baal was supreme.

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The 83-year pastor said: “For a long time now a lot of people believe in occultism, charms, witchcraft, wizardry and all sorts of satanic manipulations instead of believing in the Almighty God. I want this contest to determine who is supreme: God or all those witches, occults and their likes.

 “All these groups should come together against the Apostle of Christ. From 12 noon they can do everything. After then, the Apostle will do his own to bring down the power of God.

“This challenge has gone into internet and social media; it involves the universe: India, United States of America, Europe, China, among others. I insist that there must be a clear demarcation of who the Supreme Being is.”

Okoli also lashed at Igbo people whom he described as idol worshippers who take orders from the devil.

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He said: “We take orders from the Devil. Igbo are used to obeying shrines. You can see a professor sitting in front of idols, yet they made Igbo believe they are serving Almighty God.

 “The issue of Christianity has been muddled up. Most bishops, general overseers, pastors, two-third of people who claim to be Christians may not be Christians at all.”

Meanwhile, a witch allegedly turned into a owl recently in Enugu. An eye-witnesses claimed that the owl alleged to be a witch fell on the altar and died instantly during a prayer session.

The owl allegedly came to attack the reverend father pictured above at a vigil crusade which held at Nkwo Umuiyida Enugu-Ezike in Igbo-Eze local government area of Enugu state.

Source: Legit

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