Prophet Victor Kanyari has been trending after his church in Njiiru was demolished. He posted a picture of his demolished church on Facebook and captioned that there is God in heaven. During a live program on his tv channel, Shifu Tv, Kanyari was seen crying while asking Kenyans to help him. The pastor is trying to raise money to buy another land and build a church. On Facebook, Kenyans did not take his message lightly as they bashed him mercilessly. On the comment sector one Kenyan said that there nothing bad like playing with God. According to Esther, the first church of Kanyari in Kawangware was burnt by a angry mob, another church which Kanyari had opened with his mother was destroyed by lightening. Esther added that God had not forgotten Kanyari mistakes. Below is a screenshot of Esther's comment on Facebook. Other Facebook users were seen making fun of Kanyari by saying they have only one shilling. Source: Facebook.
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