Kenyans gangs up against former Nairobi governor Michael Mbuvi Sonko over his Tweet on his Tweeter page asking Netizens what do they question the servant of God Rev Lucy Natasha. Meanwhile, this comes after viral allegations of cultism levelled against her ministry by a social media user.
Following the post, the former Nairobi governor posted a premium photo of Lucy Natasha and captioned a blog text, 'what do you ask the servant of God-Rev Lucy Natasha?'
Meanwhile, Rev Natasha has been at the frontline in spreading the gospel and impacting the generation. She has traveled to different cities across the globe, met various heads of state and won thousands of souls for God.
For instance, Kenyan men are always fascinated by her looks, designer wear and cars, while the women can't have enough of the young, lithe hunks in crisp suits who stand guard next to her.
Nonetheless, Kenyans have took the comment section with mixed reactions following the blog text tweeted by Mike Sonko, some netizens hysterically criticized the former governor telling him to request the Kenyan government to give him a job. See some of Kenyans mixed reactions below;
Meanwhile, back in 2018, when she appeared in the public limelight, her poise, freshness, youth, and beauty were so captivating that Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko confessed his undying love for her on the pulpit.
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