Bishop Paul Kuria alias Man Kush is a man admired by many for his funny and hilarious way of preaching the word of God. Man Kush is man sought by many media house who always seek his wisdom of disseminating the Gospel. While to some, his way of teaching are ungodly like, the many has won the hearts of many believers who cannot get enough of his sermons. While speaking at Kameme TV on Wednesday morning the man of God revealed what he did at one time. According to pastor Kuria, at one time his Congregants gave an offering of 750 as offerings. The bishop did not take kindly and decided to do something to change that. He called all those who had given their offering to get it back.
"There was a time congregants at my church gave an offering of 750 shillings, the whole church. I called all those who had contributed to come and take their money. Because, when they are going to see a prophet they carry two but when they are coming to the house of God they come with fifth shillings only," said Man Kush.
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