Young Reverend Victor Githu has spoken on his alleged vision that depicted Kenyans burning in hell.
In a viral post, a social media user impersonating the young preacher said he had a vision of Kisii and Kamba women burning in hell.
Reacting to the same, Victor has since vehemently denied the claims, stating that his work was to preach the gospel and not judging and making prophesies.
“The last time I remember my name was Reverend Victor, not Prophet Victor, that answers it all. There’s nothing like that, why would I even get such a vision
“I wasn’t called to judge or foresee things like that. I was called to seek greatness, to prophesy blessings and teach. Not to walk in sin,” he said.
Victor also addressed haters and netizens who have been spreading fake news about him on social media, noting that he has leave it all to God.
“To those haters, nitawaambia, God awabless pia. I’m not here to curse and destroy anyone. Sijawaambia mfute pages zenu, sijawaambia muache kuspread fake news. Kile nawaambia there’s God in heaven, enough
“No matter how much you mock me, Victor will continue shining. Kwanza this time round, you’ve given me the strength to shine even more greater so that you can testify. Mimi sistuliwi, nilipangwa na Mungu na nimekuja kupanga the haters,” he said.
This came hours after Victor’s mother, Judith Nduta has reacted to claims that her son scored 227 marks in the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) examinations.
Speaking with a local publication, Nduta took issue with netizens who have been spreading false news about her son, adding that he did not seat for KCPE exams.
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“Victor is still in Grade Six, when schools reopen he will join Grade 7. It is not true that he sat for the exams. He is a brilliant boy who studies in an international school and performs very well,” Nduta said.
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