Jesus Christian Centre (JCC) pastor Reverend Kathy Kiuna has only three days to give answers to her Twitter followers after a promise to them that they will all have cars before the year ends.
Kathy on November 14 posted, assuring believers that before the year ends, they will get cars. This is her tweet, hashtagged #40days of glory;
Before the end of December, you shall be driving your own car in Jesus Name! #40DaysOfGlory
— Rev Kathy Kiuna (@RevKathyKiuna) November 14, 2017
It is after this tweet that she first stirred Twitter with some asking how true her prophesy was while others were convinced it was going to happen.
Hahaha.. Kenyans I love you people… Sin is folly (foolish) but Kenyans are not that foolish! I am glad you people see and express this foolishness in comic relief haha.. Ati gari! Good grief! Uyo ni god with a small 'g'!
— Val (@3D_mason) December 14, 2017
— JoeOgik(Cedars) (@joeeinsteinogik) December 21, 2017
Deal Christians, you are being fed a lot of hogwash. Please note that one day you'll perish from this earth. How u live your life today should determine where you'll spend your eternity after death. Simple. Whoever is not telling you this is lying to you
— Nyadida (@Nyadish) December 25, 2017
Am not asking for much.A silver nissan bluebird sylphy would be just fine for me dear Reverend
— Keyser Söze (@KimenyiNjuhiga) December 25, 2017
This actually happened to me and I am so glad that I believed
— BeatStep (@_Beatstep) December 20, 2017
The only thing I've been driving, is people crazy? ?? then Bishop (your hubby) told me 2016 was going to be my year, I'm still waiting ?? ? We're now in 2017 ? come 2018 I'll be going for everything I prayed for ?
— Mars Fifi (@MercyPheona) November 15, 2017
Multibet itaingia naona!! ?
— TEAM ENGLAND!! ??™ (@Nel_kimz) November 14, 2017
Kathy, known for her lavish living leads the JCC with her husband Bishop Allan Kiuna. She is also the visionary of Daughters of Zion (DoZ) which reaches out to women. She co-hosts the weekly television program “Voice of Jubilee” with her husband.
The Kiuna’s are not new in controversy as seen by the recent confession by Bishop Kiuna. He on December 24 informed followers that he has plans to buy a private jet since it is getting tedious for him to fly from one continent to the other during his ministry.
When questioned about lavish living, the Bishop said that Jesus (whom he claims to be serving) was not a poor man, so neither should he.
Just days to the end of the year, tweeps have gone back to Kathy’s tweet to confirm if indeed there will be cars for them, most in a hilarious way.
Here are some of the comments;
Sooo how does this work… Can I change this wish or is it set in stone coz I'd really much rather have rent or food or utilities or basically anything other than a car. Ama this wasn't meant for us muggles?
— Brian B. Gichaga (@B_Gichaga) November 15, 2017
4 days to go, MUM… There are actually people who believe this… Waiting for your tweet on 1st January…
— Je suis Charle (@CharlesOdawo) December 26, 2017
Today, The Gospel Being preached is Nothing but the Gospel of Material Wealth. You REVERENDS, PASTORS, BISHOPS all focus on Material wealth. You tell your Flock that Happy are the poor for they shall see the Kingdom of God yet you drive Mercedes Benz, live in Porsche houses. Sad
— BRAVIN™ (@ItsBravin) December 14, 2017
Stop deceiving us how do we buy cars without money In our accounts be honest to your members in church this is route to extortion
— David kimwei (@DavidKimwei) December 25, 2017
She is the only one driving New car and travelling in Aussie and SA☺☺✅
— RMAJAB (@rmajab) December 25, 2017