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 received a child whom he sponsored for treatment to India and presented to the church today.
Pastor Ben shared the news on his official Facebook page where he uploaded a message confirming the name and the amount his media sponsored the child with so that he could undergo the much needed surgery in India. He also accompanied the message with incredible photos that were taken as he received the child and the mother back to the church.
"Yes. Our God did it. It was jubilation in our church today as we received bay Muiruri and his mother. Baby Muiruri is a heart surgery over comer from Gatundu South Murra. He was treated in India which costed over 2.1 million. May God bless Kiengei Live Fans and Kamene TV," Pastor Ben posted on Facebook.
Source: Pastor Ben official Facebook page.
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