"John Kibera Lied To People That He Was A Casket Thug" A Cemetery Worker Says.
John Kibera is a famous pastor who has a huge number of followers, he has his testimony where he says that he was a casket thug in Nairobi and other places where rich people were being buried.
John Kibera says that he was a leader of his gang which raided Langata cemetery and stole caskets worth millions of money one day his friends were killed while watching but he was able to escape and decided to be a pastor.
Now in another trending video, a man who claims to be the Langata Cemetery worker for many years said that Kibera's story about raiding Kangata Cemetery is a fake story full of lies that he used so that he could attract many people in his church.
This man said that in all years Langata has never been raided because there is security in this place and also there are many ghosts of dead people who can't allow people in this place at night.
"John Kibera lied to people that he was a caskets thug at Kangata so that people can go to his church. I have worked in this place for about 40 years and there is no one can afford to enter this place at night" he said.
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