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Pastor Pius Muiru asks worshipers to part with Ksh10K for miracle cars

By , K24 Digital
On Fri, 8 Oct, 2021 16:33 | 2 mins read
Pastor Pius Muiru of Maximum Miracle Center. PHOTO/COURTESY

Veteran preacher and lead pastor at Maximum Miracle Center Pius Muiru has asked his worshipers to pay Ksh10,000 for a miracle car in just one year.

Muiru, popular for his broadcast sermons at local TV and radio stations and the infamous ‘Kuna nuru gizani’ quote has left netizens shocked for asking his congregation to sow a ‘seed’ for vehicles.

As reported by local entertainment publications, Muiru parked a brand new vehicle with wedding-like decorations at the altar during an interdenominational prayer day service with a write up that read:

“We are going to believe God with a car on the altar, something never seen before. Double grace is yours in Jesus name.”

During the sermon, a screen in the church indicated that one can part with Ksh1,000, Ksh3,000, Ksh5,000, Ksh7,000 or Ksh10,000 for blessings related to cars.

“This is an unusual day, vehicles are about to come your way… The seed you are giving will help you overtake your enemies. Those at home, get to your phone and trust God with the seed. Let everybody pass by the vehicle and drop a seed and anyone who has lost someone through road accident or wheelchair, we are going to banish all that,” he said.

The congregants present were asked to drop their offerings inside the vehicle by faith and hope of driving a personal car by the same time next year.

The bishop added that the seed would also help curb road accidents saying;

“As you drop your sacrifice here, let there be no day you will require an ambulance to take you to hospital and even open petrol stations, among other things.”

“As per this anointing, someone will be gifted a car by a friend. Not only will you drive in this country but also in cities of the world. Most importantly, we are declaring that we are giving you mobility from place to place and wings to fly,” Muiru stated.

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