Four years ago, stories went round on social media about a snake that allegedly slithered onto the pulpit during a prayer crusade in Embu.
“It is true that a snake was seen during our recent meeting in Embu. But what was described in the media was partly twisted. I was among the preachers who prayed for this woman, and she was liberated” said Reverend Natasha.
“It was an interdenominational meeting at a social hall in Embu County. During the lengthy prayers that involved rebuking demons, this lady came out confessing that she had come with assorted paraphernalia,” she said
The reverend said the assorted paraphernalia included a small snake that left the congregation in shock.
“She rose up and confessed that she had some witchcraft items including a snake in the form of a jini. After praying for her, we burnt the snake and she was delivered,” recounted Natasha.
Well, she is under scrutiny again after she hosted an online sermon where the said man of God preached passionately about blood sacrifice as the reverend nodded in agreement.
Watch the befuddling, almost petrifying sermon in the video below. (Video courtesy)
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