Controversial and flamboyant city Preacher Rev Lucy Natasha was on the spot following allegations by one of her congregants that she has been using her money, influence, and the Bible to lure ladies into her traps. The lady who fell victim to the preacher said that she was shocked at what transpired when she was first introduced to her.
Following that expose, Rev Natasha came out disputing those claims saying it was the work of Satan that is trying to bring her down using the said lady. She went ahead to say that hers is the work of God and everything she does is always in public and in front of cameras.
A few days later, former Nairobi Governor, Mike Sonko has come out defending her. The ex-boss who is a close friend to the preacher said that she's a servant of God, and she should be left alone to spread the gospel in peace.
"Ni nini watu wengine munauliza @revlucynatasha mtumishi wa Mungu??? Mushindweee pepoooo," said the disgusted Sonko.
His defense on the preacher has left many questioning if Sonko has anything hidden with the preacher. The two have been good friends and at some point, Rev Natasha went to Sonko's office to pray for him.
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