Johnson Sakaja with Nairobi MCAs, CECs and CCOs being prayed for during a church service at Jesus Teaching Ministry in Embakasi.While Sharing the photos on his Facebook page, Sakaja wrote," What a fiery and powerful service this morning at JTM.Manyanja road in Embakasi East Constituency.Thank you Apostle Manyuru for the word and blessing to me, my CECMs and MCAs who accompanied me for the service.Blessed Sunday to you all.Peter Manyuru was exposed last year by one of the local dailies for defrauding his brainwashed congregants through fake miracles.It was reported that he sells ‘anointed’ pens and handkerchiefs for Sh 1,000, minting millions since he has a huge following across the country.Fans reacts:
𝐀𝐧𝐧: Thank you ororo son for paying us a visit and more so for the bursaries. God bless you.𝐒𝐞𝐭𝐡: When the righteous rule the people rejoice.May you rise to the higher ranks in this nation's Sir.
𝐌𝐚𝐮: I have alot of trust and hope under your stewardship as Nairobi Governor.Make Nairobi capital city great.
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