Pius Muiru is a celebrated Kenyan bishop and televangelist who was very popular in the late 1990s and early 2000s. Muiru used to run a program called Kuna Guru Gizani that kept Kenyans glued to their television sets.
The cool and reserved man of God would tour different parts of the country to preach the gospel and perform miracles. The scandal-free bishop brought business to a standstill in every town that he toured in the country. At times, stadiums would be filled to the brim when he held miracle crusades, forcing his followers to climb on trees.
Not much is heard about bishop Muiru these days but he still runs his church at Odeon. Muiru has a wife called Reverend Lucy, who helps him to minister the gospel.
The celebrated bishop adores his wife as commanded by the Bible and whenever he gets a chance, he expresses his love for her. As man of God, he sets a good example to other men on how they should adore their spouses. Here are photos showing the romantic side of Bishop Muiru.
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