Kitui residents have left Kenyans bursting in Laughter after they decided to gang up and beat a man who was preaching on the streets.
The man jumped from a cooking Pan to Fire after he decided to prophesy that he foresaw that an accident would happen and many people would perish from the accident. An Angry multitude quickly pounced on the man and gave him a merciless beating.
Hawkers revealed that it was not the first time the preacher was making such an announcement and that previously an accident happened in the market that claimed the lives of two people. When he repeated the same message people became angered with his message. However police men were quick to respond and have since rescued the preacher.
This is a lesson that people should be careful when choosing words to say in big multitudes of people. This is because people can easily gang up to end your life. See Screenshots of Citizen's TV Posts and what fellow Kenyans have commented on the issue.
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