After the news broke up about Bishop Godfrey and started spreading up like a bush fire, Kenyans have joined together in mourning the death of the late Bishop Godfrey Migwi of Hope life Church at Kayole, Nairobi. The vocal Kikuyu Bishop was reported dead today during the morning hours.
Bishop Godfrey Migwi was a pastor at Hope of life Kayole, a Kikuyu gospel artist, and also he had recently joined politics to become the next member of parliament of the Kayole constituency. Pastor Godfrey was a strong supporter of William Ruto. The Deputy President has joined other Kenyans in mourning the Bishop.
On his Facebook page, the deputy president described Bishop Godfrey as a powerful, vocal, and vibrant spiritual leader. He was a mentor and an instructor to many people in terms of faith, the deputy president said. The deputy president has sent his condolences to the family and friends.
May God comfort all the family members, friends, and all other people who have been hit hard by the death of the Bishop. May he rest in eternal peace. Remember to comment Rest in Peace and share with others.
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