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PHOTOS: Meet Rev. Natasha’s security detail who look like fashion models!

Readers Lounge - By Wambui Mbuthia | October 25th 2018 at 08:35:00 GMT +0300

Beautiful Nairobi pastor Lucy Natasha has always awed us with her style, ranging from gorgeous outfits to her expensive fleet of cars. Natasha, the founder and overseer of Prophetic latter glory Ministries International an interdenominational outreach ministry, spells out lavish living whenever she goes.

A first born in a family of three, the reverend who grew up in Huruma in Eastlands has ministered from a young age. She studied public relations and theology in South Africa and was ordained in 2011 at Huruma’s Redeemed Gospel Church. Natasha, her brother and sister were raised by their single mom after their parents separated.

Apart from her artistic and expensive outfits, the reverend has also treated us to her security detail, comprising of young men who accompany her to events. The team, wearing matching outfits with Natasha, have appeared in many of the photos she posts on her social media accounts.

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The reverend, who is single, maintains that although she would want a family of her own, waiting for God’s chosen partner is her ideal way.

Whether attending meetings, church service and other events, Natasha’s team has never disappointed.

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