(Courtesy)A well known Pastor by the names of Kanyare has cried today on Shifu tv after a church he was building has been demolished before being launched officially. The building which has costed more than 10 million was meant to be opened on the 2nd of May but was brought down by bulldozers as it was said to be built on governments property.
Going live, the pastor has expressed his feelings showing off pictures and videos of the demolishing as it happened. " Nimelala nikilia Hadi nikasikia nitatapika damu," he said. He has carried away what he could salvage appealing to those who can help out to go ahead and send inn their contributions. These comes at time when laws have been enacted in regards to the third covid-19 wave and among them being the closure of churches. Appeals are being made to relevant Authorities to be lenient with citizens during these difficult times.
We do hope that these Pandemic will end soon and everything will go back to normal.
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