Check Out How People Reacted After Bishop Michael Wanderi Attacked Kikuyu Culture While Preaching.
A few days ago the bishop of CFF Church called bishop Michael Wanderi attacked Kikuyu culture while preaching in his church which is in Kiambu county. Bishop Wanderi condemned this culture by saying that via some practices Kikuyu sell their people.
He said that people who are "bought "with either sheep or a goat have been sold at an equivalent price to that animal and that is why they don't prosper in their lives.
In Kikuyu culture, it is mandatory to be "bought" with the blood of an animal when one is initiating from one level to another. Also, women are bought sheep and goats during dowry price paying. Pastor Wanderi said that these people will not prosper and if they will he has already seen their downfall.
People reacted to this video, some people said that Wanderi is preaching the truth while some condemned him for preaching false things which he did not even know.
See people's reactions in the screenshots below
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