Followers Of Prophet Owuor Wash Nakuru Roads ahead of his arrival

‘Sweep clean for the priest,’  is what the picture seemed to say after followers of the self-proclaimed prophet Dr. David Owuor yesterday took to streets of Nakuru to wash a section of the highway in readiness for the Prophet’s arrival in the county on Thursday.

We can call this scenario The Owuor Faithfuls Tradition, since a similar incident happened in Eldoret in 2014 when the man of God was in the region for his now well-known, highly publicized crusades usually attended by scores of people from all over the country hoping to receive a miracle from him.

The highlights of the crusades are usually his miracle healings, healing the sick and the disabled and once in a while during his sermons, he touches on the politics of the country.

The Nakuru faithful marched along the streets brandishing their brooms and singing songs while announcing to the public the dates of the crusade.

Owuor is set to preside over his church’s (Repentance and Holiness Ministry) mega crusade. While speaking to the press on Thursday, Archbishop Dr. Paul Onjoro, who is also the national coordinator of the church said international guests are set to attend the crusade.

“We have received 420 guests from all over the world, they have come from Australia, South Korea, Europe, America, China, Africa, South America, Latin America, and Brazil. They have come for the conference of the pastors and ministers of the gospel”, he said.

The crusade will be held at the Menengai Grounds from Friday through Sunday with a live TV broadcast.

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