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City Pastor-preneurs Hosting Two Hour “Mentorship” Program For Ksh 15,000 Per Person

Teddy Munene
Kenyan blogger writing on politics, governance, and social media.

Nairobi’s biggest con-artistes, the Kiunas, have announced that they will be hosting a two hour “mentorship” programme where participants will be required to pay a clean Ksh. 15,000 as the “course fee”.

Through their Jubilee Christian Church, the couple has been swindling gullible Christians in the city with ridiculous promises that can only be fulfilled if they give out as much as they can.

In 2017, Reverend Kathy Kiuna was in trouble after she sent out a “prophesy” that all Kenyans would be driving their own cars before the end of the year.

Her declaration would however, not age very nicely after Kenyans started demanding for their cars the following year.

From the look of things, the Kiunas are making a killing out of this extremely profitable business.

In fact, “dad” as his flock likes to call him was recently spotted wearing a Rolex Submariner that costs around Ksh 3 million.

As Kenyans and Africans in general continue to languish in poverty, those that are supposed to be delivering them from the chains of endless suffering are rocking golden jewelry and driving luxurious cars.

This is what Kenyans on social media had to say about the mentorship program.

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