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.
Before the end of December, you shall be driving your own car in Jesus Name! #40DaysOfGlory
— Rev Kathy Kiuna (@RevKathyKiuna) November 14, 2017
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.
Kiunas wako Biz mbaya.. mentorship ya 15k..and their brain washed followers living in poverty will still pay,….
My Fathers house of worship, has become a Den of thieves.. stealing in the name of the Lors…🎶🎵
— aleckie ronald (@SirAlexas) February 25, 2019
The Kiunas are Cons. They are stealing from you. They are thieves. They are using the gospel to loot, get rich, live big while you poor thing take your money their hoping to receive imaginary blessings. Take a look at picture one. Then look at picture two. Watu Wako Biashara pic.twitter.com/DFXVICcOeC
— Lord Abraham Mutai (@ItsMutai) February 25, 2019
— After COVID-19,World Vs China. (@NasaRevolution) February 25, 2019
Some fool is telling me that they tithe to God not the Church.
Stop this foolishness. The pastor has control over the accounts and God has not sent him his account number for deposits.
Your Kiunas are busy enriching themselves with your "Offerings" you Fools. Na mnalala njaa.
— Sharon Nduta (@ShazieKe) February 26, 2019
Kiunas demanding 15000 for a mentorship programme? Hawa watu wanabeba umma aje? Why pay for a church programme? Daylight cons
— DASIAGO (@_dasiago) February 25, 2019
This Kiunas are stealing From gullible Kenyans day in day out fun enough they won't smell the coffee. https://t.co/N4hr08cAdl
— Vincent Nyakieni (@vincentnyakieni) February 25, 2019
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