Evangelist Lucy Wa Ngunjiri has reached 50 years of age and is planning a big party in Nairobi next week on Wednesday.
Wa Ngunjiri is the founder of Prayers Beyond Boundaries (PBB) Ministries in Ngara Nairobi and also a presenter at Kameme FM.
The influential evangelist has not invited men to her party dubbed “Ladies Night, Dinner and Dance” party that will be held at her PBB Temple.
In a Youtube interview with Dun Wainaina of Kameme FM she said has nothing personal with men but she prefers her D-day be a women-only affair.
The explanation she gave on locking men out is that she is celebrating being a woman and thus she prioritises women.
However, women hoping to attend will book in advance and pay some charges that will cater for their food and other expenses.
Wa Ngunjiri with President Uhuru Kenyatta at State House.
“The people that have been transformed by my work in church, radio and elsewhere are many. Even Kasarani stadium is not enough for them to celebrate me, so I decided to select a few women” she explained.
She plans to turn the church in Ngara into a hotel of a kind where they will dine and celebrate together as they share stories of their ups and downs.
On the list of those who will entertain her guests are top singers like Shiru wa GP, Betty Bayo, Loise Kim, Sarah K and others.
Other top guests include Muthoni wa Kirumba of Kameme FM, Wambui wa Muturi (Inooro FM), Njoki wa Mburu (Gukena FM) and counselor Anne Wamuratha among others.
Female DJ Sonnia will be on the decks.
With her husband Lameck Ngunjiri.
The mother of two is married to Lameck Ngunjiri. They did a wedding 26 years ago.
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