Over the weekend, Kenya's self proclaimed 'Mightiest Prophet of the Lord' David Owuor had a massive crusade in Nakuru City.
His supporters did everything including washing streets with water and even getting their sick loved ones from hospitals to receive 'healing' from the prophet.
Among his supporters in attendance were students of The University of Eastern Africa, Baraton (UEAB). The students reportedly made banners inviting Owuor to the city, banners which had logos of the SDA institution. The message implied that the University was welcoming the prophet to the City.
Many adventists took to social media to call out on the institution to make clear their positions as regards to the prophet visa vis the teachings and beliefs of the Adventist Church, the sponsor of the Institution.
UEAB has since released a statement distancing the institution from Owuor. In the statement written by the Vice Chancellor Prof Philip Maiyo, UEAB sent a warning to the students involved, stopped the use of the banner and demanded the banner be surrendered to the university.
Prof Maiyo also stated that the institution would be further investigating the incident and appropriate disciplinary action would be taken against those involved.
"We wish to reiterate that UEAB has no links, relationships or interests with Prophet David Owuor or his Repentance and Holiness Ministry. If anyone from UEAB attended, it was in their own capacity" the statement read in part.