- Kenya’s hottest pastor Lucy Natasha is now driving a car which befits her looks
- She recently flaunted an expensive Toyota Fortuner as a source of inspiration to her followers
- The car is estimated to be worth N14.2 million, which estimates more than half a million rand
- In her message, Natasha motivated her congregants that miracles were on their way
Sultry Reverend Lucy Natasha joined the long list of church leaders who are proof that being in the church business is bound to reap some financial benefits.
Natasha on Saturday, June 23, showed off her expensive new ride as she sought to be a living testimony that divine power can work miracles in people’s lives.
In a Facebook post, the reverend, who most likely ignites unholy thoughts among men during her sermons, flaunted her sleek Toyota Fortuner 2011 model.
She also captioned the enviable photos with an encouraging message that a miracle was forthcoming to her followers during the weekend.
"You are about to encounter series of breakthroughs. I prophesy your story will change in Jesus name.
I prophesy this is your weekend of miracles and breakthroughs in Jesus name. Looking forward to seeing you in our Miracle Monday service!” she declared, Saturday.
A quick spot-check by Briefly.co.za revealed that reverend Lucy’s new heavy machine is worth more than R500 000.
She joins the legion of men and women of God in the country who lead exotic lives with luxury cars being the icing on the cake.
The lives of controversial Apostle James Ng’ang’a, Bishop Margret Wanjiru and the famous pastor Pius Muiru are a few of the church lot who boast tremendous amounts of wealth.
What makes Natasha stand out however is the fact that she has the looks which many would never associate with a pastor.
A quick trip across her Instagram account will clearly prove to you she is among the few lucky Kenyan ladies who live large.
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