If you are a social media user you must have come across Muigai Wa Njoroge at some point. He is a renown kikuyu gospel artist and a social media influencer who is always well grounded to be distracted by naysayers.
Some hours ago Kikuyu gospel musician Mirugi Dishon went viral on Facebook over claims that he killed pastor Elizabeth although the statement at the police station claims that she committed suicide. Immediately Muigai Wa Njoroge posted a song he sang three years ago which appears like a prophesy which has come to pass.
He said these are not the times we used to say there is peace and it's no longer a joke that the devil is now sitting on the pastor's altar seat. According to the song, it was saying that a day is coming when they will be no peace and someone will run to their house to protect themselves from the enemy.
Instead of getting refuge in the house he will find more trouble leaving them with no option but only to die out of desperation. He made it clear that this is because people have gone against God's desire and out of anger God left and went away with his peace. Watch the video below.
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