Kenyans on social media have sparked mixed reactions after a Kenyan famous pastor by the name Pastor Pius Muiru urged his church members to give out ten thousand inorder to get a Miracle of buying a car within a year.
Cases of pastor telling people to give out money and get blessings have been common across different church groups here in Kenya and sometimes making some people to date not to attend a church service again because that portrays greediness of the highest order.
Other people also go against some pastors wish of buying blessings like paying money and get healed because according to the Bible report in the book of Luke, Jesus did his Miracles free and he never charged during his service of healing the needy.
Kenyans on social media have sparked mixed reactions concerning that pastor Pius Muiru intentions and methods of spreading the word of God whereby some section of Kenyans have condemned him on enriching his business in church and Pretending to be a true prophet of God.
Here are some of the reactions among Kenyans netizens,
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