"For Only Feeding?" Uproar as Pastor David Ibiyeomie Exposes Amount He Gives Wife Monthly, Video Trends

"For Only Feeding?" Uproar as Pastor David Ibiyeomie Exposes Amount He Gives Wife Monthly, Video Trends

  • Pastor David Ibiyeomie has caused a buzz on social media after revealing the amount he gives his wife monthly
  • According to the popular preacher, he gives his wife a whopping sum of N1 million monthly for feeding
  • Speaking during a sermon, the pastor advised married women on the need to be prudent with the money given to them

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Pastor David Ibiyeomie, the General Overseer of Salvation Ministries, has advised women to be prudent with money.

During one of his sermons, he revealed that he used to give his wife N600k for feeding every month and N500k to N600k for every service.

Pastor David Ibiyeomie says his wife receives N1 million monthly
Pastor David Ibiyeomie says his wife receives N1 million monthly Photo credit: David Ibiyeomie
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However, he later increased the feeding amount to N1 million per month, citing the size of his house.

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Ibiyeomie urged women to be wise with their spending habits, regardless of their husband's wealth.

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He also warned against wasting money and pleaded with married women to be prudent with their finances.

In his words;

“I used to give my wife N600k for feeding a month, then I use to give every service N500 to 600k per service when I was giving her N600k per month.
"Then I shifted to N1 million per month, my house is big. All women who are not prudent, please be prudent. Don’t tell me your husband is rich so you waste money. If with all the wealth I have my wife can use 1 million.”

Reactions as pastor David Ibiyeomie reveals he gives wife N1 million monthly for feeding

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The General Overseer's comments have sparked a debate about personal finance and the role of wives in relationships.

@emmy7033 said:

“When I can't even pay my fuking rent. I tap into this grace oh God.”

@Takeoff960 reacted:

“Oh Lord make me Big also, so that I can have people that will benefit from me.”

@user4816256794961 said:

“1 million per month, God will am I a spoon.”

@Ogdada reacted:

“I give her 5k monthly.”

@Tescentre reacted:

“I used to give my wife 2 million per week. Now with all the wealth I have, I give 10m per month. Thank you Jesus.”

@Temienor Ejiro reacted:

“Father Lord 1m a month can I move into your house.”

@destinyoehiagwina said:

“Whoever God bless should spend the money.”

@Tegalala commented:

“Na Amen I go talk for this one.”

@Aigboje Joshua said:

“Father Lord I key into this oh.”

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@Ahamiojie Ehiose reacted:

“Hmmmm I am speechless.”

@Maqueen Ogabo82 said:

“God oooo! Where I dey when he was looking for a wife.”

Watch the video below:

Lady blasts husband for giving her N35k monthly

Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a married woman has called her husband stingy for giving her only N30,000 for food. In an anonymous message sent to @jon_d_doe, the woman's husband lamented that his wife is unhappy with his financial commitment to the family.

The man said he earns N75,000 monthly. Out of this money, he gives his wife N30,000 to maintain the family. He also pays the school fees of his three children, which amounts to about N90,000 per term. His wife is, however, unsatisfied, and she has reported the matter to her parents.

She told her parents that the man was stingy and not taking good care of the family. The man wrote: "My wife picked up quarrel with me, and she told her parents that I'm stingy and that I don't like taking care of them."

Source: Legit.ng

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Ankrah Shalom (Human-Interest editor) Shalom Ankrah is a journalist and a Human Interest Editor at Legit.ng with over three years of experience. She has a degree in Mass communication from Alex Ekwueme University. Shalom has worked with reputable news organizations including The Tide and GistReel. Email: ankrah.shalom@corp.legit.ng.

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