Jesus in Kenya: Pastors 'find' and invite 'son of God' to church

Jesus in Kenya: Pastors 'find' and invite 'son of God' to church

- African pastors claimed to have allegedly found Jesus

- The yet-to-be identified pastors reportedly invited the 'Jesus' to their churches and had him dressed as the biblical version of the son of God

- Two Twitter users, @DeSaylor1 and @Kennytexxkkk shared the photos and stated that the pastors are presenting it as the return of Christ

- The event was said to have happened in a small Kenyan town, but it turns out the man was just a visiting preacher from the US

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Pastors allegedly claimed to have found Jesus and are presenting the man to their congregation as the son of God. However, it has been reported that the man was, in fact, a visiting preacher from the US.

According to AfricaCheck's team, the man is, in fact, Michael Job, a US-based evangelist and actor, who visited Kenya for his church ministry.

Photos of Job, whom they are calling 'Jesus', were captured while he was speaking to a group of people in what appears to be a church. The pictures are now making waves on the Internet and have left many with some pressing questions.

According to Twitter user, @Desaylor1, a yet-to-be identified Kenyan pastor had the 'Jesus' dressed as the biblical version of Christ and had him speaking to his congregation.

Another Twitter user, @Kennytexxxkkk shared photos of the same 'Jesus' being introduced by a South African pastor to his members. Both pastors allegedly told their congregants that 'Jesus' had returned and lucky for them, landed in Africa first.

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Meanwhile, a 64-year-old preacher arrested for public disturbance recently got compensated. Oluwole Ilesanmi was arrested in February and held for disturbing the peace and accused of Islamophobia.

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It was gathered that the preacher was recently compensated with N1.1 million after wrongful arrest and humiliating treatment.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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