Kenyans have been talking on social media after a man who is allegedly a prophet was spotted parading to God to help him come out of custody after being arrested by police officers.
A man who was determined to be Joseph Otieno was arrested today for an investigation over assertions that he was misrepresenting his church members. However, like other prophets, Joseph had followers who believed in him, and when he was charged by the officers, they accompanied him to custody.
In the video, which was shared online by one of the reliable sources, Joseph and his members were spotted lying on the floor of the prison while praying.
The act left Kenyans talking and responding to them, and here are some of the comments they left.
In my country, Kenya, anything they say is only prayer, and things are hard here. The only business remaining is religion.
Humphrey Wanjiku Njoroge
In Kenya, even when God comes back to take his people who believe in him, all Kenyans will be left behind due to this kind of shenanigans.
Joshua William Nyakora Mo
There is so much religious madness and madmen from Western, Nyanza, and central Mama Ida.
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