Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Rais awatakia wanafunzi mtihani mwema

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Waumini wanywa petroli, waambiwa itakuwa juice

 A group of people drank gasoline after their pastor convinced them that he turned it into pineapple juice, according to a video uploaded to the Internet.

Pastor Daniel Lesego of South Africa, attract hundreds of followers to the Rabboni Centre Ministry.

One day, the pastor performed the miracle of pouring gasoline into a bucket, dropping a match inside and lighting it on fire before turning it into pineapple juice.

Then he offered the church members of Garankuwa, a chance to have a drink. Lesego said that he wanted to show that with faith a person can achieve anything.

The video of the service shows men and women approaching the pastor in a strange state and snatching the bottle from his hands for a sip of the gasoline.

After the bottle was emptied out by the thirsty religious people, the pastor asked them how it tasted. Most of them said that it tasted sweet.

The video also shows members fighting over the empty bottle and sucking the air out of it.

Valangati la mke wa mchungaji kanisani


Mke wa Mchungaji avamia kanisani, adai kutelekezwa

There was drama in Kariobangi South, Nairobi, yesterday when a woman stormed a church allegedly run by her husband, accusing him of neglecting her and their son. Jane Wambui disrupted the Sunday service at God’s Gift Favour Church at around midday, claiming Mr Charles Muchanji, who she claimed was her husband, had abandoned them. Frightened worshippers took to their heels as others hurriedly closed the door, with Wambui inside. She emerged from the church a few minutes later and accused some members of the church of attempting to rough her up. “Come out and fight if you are men,” she shouted as she smashed the church’s windows. However, police officers arrived at the scene moments later and took her and a young man she claimed had tried to assault her to Langata Police Station.
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There was drama in Kariobangi South, Nairobi, when a woman stormed a church allegedly run by her husband, accusing him of neglecting her and their son.

Jane Wambui disrupted the Sunday service at God’s Gift Favour Church at around midday, claiming Mr Charles Muchanji, who she claimed was her husband, had abandoned them.

Frightened worshippers took to their heels as others hurriedly closed the door, with Wambui inside.

She emerged from the church a few minutes later and accused some members of the church of attempting to rough her up.

“Come out and fight if you are men,” she shouted as she smashed the church’s windows.

However, police officers arrived at the scene moments later and took her and a young man she claimed had tried to assault her to Langata Police Station.

Muchanji, who had all the while remained inside the church, declined to talk to journalists. A few faithful we talked to confirmed that he runs the church.

 Wambui claimed that the man left her and their son for a another woman they had met during their honeymoon.

“We got married in church in 2000 in Kariobangi South and we met the woman in Thika during our honeymoon,” said Wambui.

 According to her, they lived together for three years before they were blessed with a baby boy and that is when trouble started.

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