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Kenyans' say after Prophet Owuor's followers ruining trees in Nakuru

By From the web | August 31st 2017

Darel Leting: Owuor's followers are strange, you would not want to tango with them. It is very weird how all of them are very similar and predictable, with an annoying touch of self-righteousness. They don't help their image (and that of their prophet).

Truce Tace: Even if I disagree with Prophet Owuor, I dare not lift a finger against him. In so far as environmental laws are concerned, carrying twigs is not an offence. Cutting down your own trees is not an offence, the offence relates to ownership and authorization.

Martin Mugambi: Now let him perform a miracle and raise the trees from the dead. Not much to ask for if he brought someone back from the dead.

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