African Independent Pentecostal Church of Africa (AIPCA) ordained minister of God Reverend Benson Gathungu who is famously known as "Pastor Ben" or "Muthee Kiengei" has left netizens speaking after he shared the current state of his father's grave five years later.
Pastor Ben posted the photos on his official Facebook page where he accompanied them with a touching message on how the flowers got withered after five months. At the same time, he also revealed that he has plans of relocating his mother's grave from a cemetery into his home beside his late father.
"Dad its now 5 Months since you left us, i am a victim of your demise and may God help me to accept that you are gone. Your grave flowers are now dried and now Dad i have decided to cement your grave, Dad i am not making it hard to reach you but it will show honour and respect. Dad i'm relocating your wife from the cemetery to where you are, all plans are in high gear to bring her near you. Dad we miss you daily, personally i miss that voice that made me change. Dad you will be proud of me," Pastor Ben posted on Facebook.
Source: Reverend Benson Gathungu official Facebook page.
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