When it comes to Pastor Kanyari, few can rival his controversy and love him or hate him, Kanyari manages to attract more believers to his church. Even more controversial is Tahidi High Famed actor 'omosh'. The two had kenyans talking when a video doing round on social media of 'Omosh' being prayed by Pastor Kanyari.
In a video shared on mpasho's twitter handle, Pastor Kanyari can be seen holding Omosh's head while praying as if to cast out the demons at his church Salvation Healing Ministries located in Njiru. As Kanyari continues to pray for him, Omosh seems to be overwhelmed while being prayed for by the controversial man of God in his church. He then falls down on his back and the ushers behind him come to his rescue and hold him down safely where Kanyari continues to pray for him surrounded by ushers.
In another video, Omosh in what seems to be a response to how kenyans reacted to him being prayed by Kanyari.
"I'm on a rooftop, I'm high and I am with the most high and I have the spirit, but not Konyagi. Try God so you can feel the high I feel. Ah maisha joh tukicheki mazee niko rooftop niko place high yani na niko place high na niko na the most high na niko na spirit na sio ya konyagi, try him, try God usikie vile nasikia niko high na most high au sio?"
What do you think? Are the two sincere or its just business as usual?
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