25.8 C
Nairobi
Saturday, April 20, 2024

‘Umaskini ulikua umenitandika’ – Pastor Kanyari admits how he used to con Kenyans through ‘mbegu ya 310′ initiative

On

Related stories

KCB FC Fired Up for Bandari Showdown in KPL Clash

KCB FC has intensified its preparations for tomorrow’s Kenya...

DTB scales presence in Kenya with seven new branches

Diamond Trust Bank (DTB) has opened four new branches...

HEINEKEN & BODEGA launch the no-frills ‘boring phone’ produced by HMD

Heineken®, in collaboration with tastemakers in street culture, Bodega...

Former Machachari Actor Baha Reveals Why You Won’t See Him on Any TV Soon

Former Machachari actor, Tyler Mbaya, popularly known as Baha,...

Prophet Victor Kanyari, a well-known figure in the Kenyan spiritual landscape recently made a startling confession that has left many of his followers taken aback.

The infamous ‘mbegu ya 310’ scandal, touted as a divine seed for blessings and miracles, has been revealed by Kanyari himself as a carefully orchestrated scheme to extricate himself from the clutches of poverty.

During a recent sermon at his Salvation Healing Ministry church in Nairobi, Kanyari opened up about the true intentions behind the controversial seed-planting initiative.

Contrary to the narratives he sold to his followers, he confessed that his call for a seed worth Ksh310 was born out of sheer desperation for financial stability.

“I was the preacher speaking in Nairobi; there was no one else. People like Ezekiel and Ng’ang’a were not there. I was the one addressing this town. But I was broke, that’s why I started asking for (Ksh)310. I said plant a seed of 310, and let’s not argue. It wasn’t my desire; poverty had overwhelmed me completely.” Kanyari expressed

The admission adds a layer of complexity to the controversy that has surrounded Kanyari’s ministry for years. His revelation suggests that the emphasis on the ‘mbegu ya 310’ was not rooted in a divine calling for blessings but rather in a desperate attempt to alleviate his financial struggles.

Despite the questionable motive, Kanyari maintained that he possessed genuine spiritual anointing, allowing him to perform miracles, including healing and deliverance.

He acknowledged that, while his initial approach may have been flawed, he had been bestowed with wisdom and knowledge by God.

“I started asking for 310, my friend, but I didn’t know God had given me wisdom and knowledge; I would find money. God gave me anointing, but it wasn’t an anointing for money. It was an anointing to heal people,” Kanyari explained during the sermon.

The controversial preacher also revealed that he now enjoys financial success, signaling a shift in his life after the tumultuous scandal.

Subscribe

- Never miss a story with notifications

- Gain full access to our premium content

- Browse free from up to 5 devices at once

Latest stories

Leave a Reply