As the world keeps on mourning the death of the Nigerian Prophet Temitope Balogu Joshua famously known as T.B Joshua, Kenyans have not been left behind. This includes the city preacher Lucy Natasha and Prophet Kanyari.(Photo| courtesy)
T.B Joshua died on Sunday morning after feeling unwell in his church service on Saturday evening that made him end the service prematurely.
Lucy Natasha has said that God has taken his servant home claiming that his last moments on earth was in service to God's work and this is what he was born, lived and died for. She says that he has left a legacy and sacrifice to God's kingdom. Pastor Kanyari is also not left behind as he says that his death is so painful but it is ok.(Photo| Lucy Natasha) (Photo| Kanyari)
Netizens have reacted saying that Kenyan Pastor should see the prophet's deed as it it is encouraging and should not be associated in taking advantages of their flock. They have wished the Lords servant an Eternal peace in his journey into God's kingdom.(Photo| courtesy)
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