In her message via post, the City preacher has confirmed that what she prayed for after her grandson and his other friends who went for prayers has finally come to reality.
The Bishop who doubles up as a Nairobi politician said that she knew someone was going to make history when the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education results would be released.
"That day you and others came for prayers I knew someone will make history...," the City preached revealed via post.
Bishop Margaret Wanjiru's grandson Melchizedek Ombogo celebrates his KCPE results/ Photo Courtesy
The prediction of Bishop Wanjiru about the history that one of Melchizedek's colleagues would make came to pass after the grandson scored 423 marks in his KCPE results.
In her message, Wanjiru delivers good news to the young boy that Jesus is Alive Ministries fraternity is proud of his stunning results and that they celebrate his great achievement.
The Bishop finally said that all that has happened was because of God's faithfulness as she asks Him to always watch over her grandson.
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