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Bishop Harrison Nganga delivers a prophetic warning to top kenyan celebrities

It might be a tough season for our top celebrities in the country following a prophetic warning from the founder of the Christian foundation fellowship ministry Bishop Harrison Nganga.

During the 31st December night Vigil in kasarani stadium, the man of God declared that God’s wrath was upon Kenya’s top celebrities following their scatological everlasting dramas exhibited by various celebrities over the Last year.

“Tulipewa onyo ya celebrities hapa Kenya, bwana akatuambia watu hawa wamejulikana sana wamemkasirisha,” the bishop said.

He further divulged when God showed him how our country’s top celebrities had chest thumbed themselves in different occasions hence attracting the wrath of God.

” niliona dirisha limefunguka huko hewani na hilo dirisha lilikuwa shape ya map ya Kenya, na jicho likatokea kwa hilo dirisha, bwana akaniambia hilo jicho anangalia watu wote ametoa kwa mavumbi, akafanya wajulikane hadi watu wanawainamia lakini wamemuaibisha, ” Bishop Harrison revealed.

He then boldly declared that the year 2023 will be a year where God will deal with such individuals in the limelight who have taken God’s mercies for granted.

” sasa bwana akasema mwaka huu atawashughulikia, wamedivorce, wengine wameuwa wengine, wamedivorce kwa social media na bado wanaoana kwa social media.” the bishop concluded.

The prophetic warning has since gone viral on social media as a section of Kenyans tagged different celebrities asking them to repent before the wrath of God lands on them. Check out their comments below.

it shall also be noted that the warning comes at a time when various celebrities have embraced multiple tactics to garner social media attention. the tactics mostly referred to as “clout chasing”, have helped many celebrities hit our headlines for both good and bad reasons. among the celebrities who have been called out for clout chasing are; Eric Omondi, Bahati and Diana Marua, Willy Paul, Vera Sidika, and many others.

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