Justina Syokau happened to hold a live broadcast today on facebook.While interacting with her fans, she noted a message from a lady who asked her to pray for her sick son.photo courtesy- Syokau and Nyambura
Syokau posed her interaction and switched the live broadcast to Nyambura.She then prayed for Nyambura's sick son, an act that was highly appreciated by her fans.
She offered some few fans a chance to go on live in her broadcast.Luckily, Kiarie Freeman got a chance and opted to pass greetings to Syokau's fans.Some of the fans quickly identified Kiarie as their pastor in the comment section prompting Justina to inquire from Kiarie.photo courtesy-Syokau and Kiarie
Kiarie admitted that he is a pastor from Kilifi.He asked Syokau to compose songs on death and resurrection of Jesus.He asked Syokau to focus on singing songs that preach the message on the grace of Jesus.
He further asked Syokau to attend one of their conferences that is scheduled to happen between 11th and 17th April 2022 at Kilifi.
Checking on his Facebook page, Kiarie has been preaching message of grace.He has been asking christians to walk in the light and learnt the truth about Jesus.
During the live broadcast, he prayed for Justina and the fans before ending his session.You may follow the live broadcast via the link.below.
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