Reverend Lucy Natasha is one of the most popular and flamboyant pastors in the country. The humble pastor on Monday decided to take the Covid-19 AstraZeneca vaccine in adherence to the Government for the clergy and frontline workers to take the jab in a bid to overcome the pandemic. Miss Natasha was accompanied by a pastoral team who also took the jab at the RFH hospital.
Her followers were however shocked by spotting a tattoo on her right arm with the name oracle. Most of her members criticized her with some quoting the Bible to warn her that it was a sin for a Christian to have a tattoo on her body. Leviticus 19:28 says, ” You shall not make any cuttings in your flesh for the dead, nor tattoo any marks on you: I am the Lord.”
Some of her followers however supported her stating that she had in the past clarified that, 'kuokoka sio kuboeka.' These were her words during an interview with Betty Kyallo where she clarified that even if one was saved they had a right to enjoy life.
Netizens have however raised questions on whether she clearly understood the Bible and reasons for her deciding to get the tattoo are still unknown. Below are some reactions from Kenyans.
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