Controversial city preacher Victor Kanyari of Salvation Healing Ministry has been a subject of discussion on social media after his church in Njiiru along Kangundo Road was demolished last week. Kanyari's church was reportedly demolished by NMS since it's built on a disputed piece of land that is meant for the expansion of the Dandora Sewerage Treatment Plant.
The self-proclaimed prophet went live on Shifu TV and urged viewers to contribute money so that he can buy another piece of land and build a new church for his followers. He even shed tears on live TV while pleading with well-wishers to come to his financial aid.
He displayed his phone number on the screen and urged Kenyans of good will to contribute Ksh 100 and above, something that caused mixed reactions online.
He closed his church in Nyamakima after most of his congregants left when he was exposed by former KTN investigative reporter Mohammed Ali faking miracles. Kanyari had started rebranding himself and attracting followers before his church was demolished last week.
Here's a look at how his church in Njiiru looked like before it was demolished. Kanyari still had followers despite his controversies.
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