African Independent Pentecostal Church of Africa (AIPCA) ordained minister of God Reverend Benson Gathungu who is famously known as "Muthee Kiengei" and Pastor Ben have left netizens speaking after his photos together with his wife taking a walk emerged online.
The photos were uploaded on social media by Pastor Ben on his official Facebook page where he accompanied them with a message that carried the day's sermon that he shared to the congregants of his church.
"Our sermon today was- IT'S YOUR MANDATE TO SHINE. Shine my friends, shine it's your Mandate. It's your time to shine. Do it," Pastor Ben posted on Facebook.
The photos and the message attracted a lot of reactions from his followers, most of whom were elated on how the family looked good together when taking a nature walk. Moved by some of the comments, pastor Ben replied evidently showing his light side towards his family and his fans
Source: Pastor Benson Gathungu official Facebook page.
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