Ordained minister of God Reverend Benson Gathungu who works with the African Independent Pentecostal Church of Africa (AIPCA) has left netizens speaking after he revealed on what might happen after the completion of the general elections that are due in 30 days.
Pastor Ben used his official Facebook page to give an account of what might happen where he posted a lengthy message that confirmed that elections will always come and go.
"30 Days to go, people will wake up early in the morning, vote and all the noise will be over. Friends will reunite, put their differences aside, poster will be rained on and be destroyed, we will remove all the banners and use them for various works. We will sleep with the T-shirts untill they fade. Those who will win will be sworn in, start earning salaries, buy lucrative cars and we will never see them. They will assign their current phone numbers to their personal assistants and they will relocate to Runda and Karen. As Kenyans, we will remain together again, beautiful life. Anyway, let me set so that they can bring their agenda tomorrow," pastor Ben posted on Facebook
Source: Pastor Benson Gathungu official Facebook page.
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