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Man claims to be sent by God to replace Prophet Owuor

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By Vincent Kejitan | December 6th 2019

A video of a man who claims to be God-sent to replace Prophet David Owuor has surfaced online.

Stephen Thuranira, an Eldoret-based preacher and founder of Wake Up Ministry, has claimed that he was instructed by the Almighty to come and deliver His message, personally.

The preacher commended Owuor for doing a stellar job but said it was time for him to leave for Israel as he had completed his mission in Kenya.


Thuranira compared Owuor to Moses and claimed to be Elijah.

“I have come to release the man of God because he has done mighty work. He has prepared the church but now somewhere along the line the church has fallen.

“I am here to prepare the way before we enter the rapture,” he said.

Thuranira appealed to Owuor to meet him for a ‘handshake’ and hand over the reins to him urging him not to harden his heart.

Earlier this year, Owuor, founder and leader of the Ministry of Repentance and Holiness, was accused of brainwashing a member of his church.

Bishop Jane Njagi's family said the ministry was occupying their property with impunity while controlling the bishop's personal bank accounts.

Owour's lawyer Kimani Watenga, however, denied claims that the preacher had an interest in the property adding that the church would leave if Jane wanted them to.


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