Prophet Owuor Vs Natasha: Who has Pricey vehicles, intimidating security?



Parading elegant vehicles and hooded men as part of security details appears to be secret to attracting followers among Kenyan Preachers.

Just towards the end of 2018, renowned Prophet David Owuor of Repentance and Holiness Ministry was criticized after police vehicles and motorbikes were seen among his motorcade.


For the first time, the show-off kind of arrival for end year ‘healing’ crusade in Nakuru irked Inspector General Joseph Boinet who promised to take action against police who took part in the dramatic entry.


Barely a week now another preacher young gorgeous and stylish Reverend Lucy Natasha has displayed her convoy of posh cars in what appears to be catching up with Prophet Owuor.

In the photos shared on her page Natasha the found of Prophetic Latter Glory Ministries who was leaving Laikipia County is seen waving from the top of one of the vehicle just like politicians do when they visit their villages.

She shared “It’s a blessing to be back in the City of divine assignment, Nairobi after an impactful & powerful time of impacting lives in Laikipia County”

Last year Natasha made headlines after parading multimillion state of the art vehicles dubbed Oracle 1-7 even though she denied owning them just stating they are means of transport.

Natasha has been linked with controversial Prophet Shepherd Bushiri, a wealthy and controversial South Africa-based Malawian preacher and founder of Enlightened Christian Gathering Church but she denied being bankrolled by the young preacher.

In an interview with local dailies, Natasha said she doesn’t want her marriage to be an endurance, but a source of enjoyment and that’s why she is waiting on the Lord promising she will walk down the aisle this year.

“I’m waiting for God to show me the right man. In fact, 2019, I’ll continue serving God and humanity and waiting for the right time because He is the one who determines,” she said.




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