Bungoma Jesus has come out to refute claims that his life is in danger ahead of the Easter holidays.
The man who is widely known as 'Yesu Wa Tongaren' insisted that he had not made a report to the police station concerning the alleged threats to his life.
This is contrary to speculation on social media that he was fearing for his life.
There were claims that people were planning to nail him on the cross like it is written in the Christian faithful's scriptures.
He said idle and inebriated youth have sensationalized the matter of crucifixion, adding that God almighty will punish them. In an interview with local media Yesu Wa Tongaren revealed that God's army is protecting him from any harm.
The son of God admitted some people had passed by his home in the wee hours of the morning, throwing abusive statements his way.
A Twitter user alleged that Kenya's self-made demigod has reported the matter of threats to his life to the police.
There was a report earlier on that a section of Kenyans called for the Bungoma man, claiming to be Jesus, to suffer crucifixion fate.
Wekesa's story spread like a bushfire, and a witty Kenyan suggested that Wekesa should imitate the life of Jesus to the end.
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