If you frequently visit social media pages you must have come across Pastor t Mwangi at some point. He is a social media influencer and a pastor who is well grounded to be distracted by neysayers.
Few days ago, kenyans turned out in great numbers to elect new leaders as president uhuru Kenyatta tenure is coming to an end. As IEBC is still tallying the votes, Kenyans are eagerly waiting to know who is the presidential winner so as to know who will be in power for the next five years.
Pastor T Mwangi has therefore talked to the church and christians regarding the elections and tallying of votes. According to him, he told them that they should tally the votes as IEBC is tallying saying they vote peacefully and get interchanged in the process of counting.
He went ahead and asked the church to arise and release apostolic and prophetic decrees that no plan from hell will prevail and and God of justice and thunder will come through. According to you Kenyans, what is your view on this? Let's meet in the comments section and talk about this.
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