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Kenya: PROPHET OWUOR’S VISIT TO KISUMU

Posted by African Press International on January 4, 2013

  •  By Maurice Alal, API Kenya

IMG_2499 IMG_2500 IMG_2501 IMG_2504 IMG_2505 IMG_2506 IMG_2507Pomp, colour and fanfare coloured Prophet Dr.David Edward Owuor’s visit in Kisumu City amid tight security as he comes for his Repentance and Holiness crusade.

Security agents drawn from various departments such as Kenya Police, Administration Police, General Service Unit (GSU) and the army some donned in suits with others in full uniform readily armed to curb any insecurity that might attack his motorcades.

The tight security comes when Kenya is faced with grenade attacks across the country since the Kenya Defense Forces (KDF) went into war with Al-shaabab in October, 2010 to date.

Prophet Owuor who arrived yesterday for three days crusade with faithful across the country, neighboring nation and international trooped in the city for the crusade. Over 500,000 people have arrived in the city for the mega repentance and holiness crusade for the New Year (2013).

He is known for prophecies both locally and internationally. In 2007 he prophesied the Post Election Violence in Kenya after General election that saw over 1,300 dead and thousands displaced from their homes.

Prophet Dr. Owuor usually holds crusade in the city with over 200 people being healed with crippled walking, blind (seeing) and deaf (hearing ) among other diseases. With ongoing crusade in Kisumu a lot of prophecy is said to be waiting Kenyans a head of the General Election. Already there is a prophecy and indications for the forthcoming election.

God, through Dr. Owuor, has proclaimed His anger for human immorality, revealing how He would punish the people unless they repent from their evil ways and embraced the ‘True Way of Holiness’. It has all come to pass over the years.

When the Dr. Owuor prophesied about earthquakes in China, Chile, US’s Mexico and California, Haiti, Dominican Republic, Venezuela, Colombia, Tanzania, Kenya’s Nairobi among others, they were fulfilled. When he warned that floods would hit Australia, Malta, Kenya, etc, it happened. When he warns about wars, they do not miss to come. In all the revelations, God provides a way: “Repent from your iniquities for the mitigation of the impending effects of the wrath of Jehovah!”

Through this same servant of Jehovah, God has warned of impending wars in Korea, America, Israel, Kenya, among others. He has warned of mighty distress that would fatally sweep the face of the lands with blood and anguish; with gnashing of teeth and desolation. By his tongue, the Lord has summoned the people to fast and pray so that He alleviates the corollaries.

He is a man of God. If he would not be calling people to repentance and holiness; if he was not calling people to Jehovah Adonai by reconciliation in Christ Jesus; I would doubt him. He cannot be serving another master and direct people to turn to God in tears in supplication for forgiveness and mercy.

Recently in a national TV, there was Prophet Dr. Owuor warning Kenyans of a pending terrible animosity, “with a worse magnitude than the 2008 violence”.

It will sweep Kenya with flood of blood and wananchi will hack one another like ones hacking down trees. Kenyans will kill one another with renewed appetite and the agony will be as horrible as never ever seen in the land.

Prophet Owuor said it will occur simultaneously with the elections to disguise the cause. In the same respect, Jehovah has asked Kenyan leadership to lead the people in a fast on 2nd and 3rd of March, 2013, two days to the voting exercise.

People believe in this prophecy. It sounds quite immediate but believe it will come to pass. They repeat their believe in Dr. Owuor’s prophecies. He is a man of God. If he would not be calling people to repentance and holiness; if he was not calling people to Jehovah Adonai by reconciliation in Christ Jesus; I would doubt him. He cannot be serving another master and direct people to turn to God in tears in supplication and imploration for forgiveness and mercy. This prophecy will come to pass if Kenyans doubt or ignore it.

[Prophet Dr. Owuor] reason I believe something is seriously wrong during this political season is the activities of politicians. There are reports and claims of tribal alliances formed against others.

The coming elections in Kenya have indications of worst schemes for animosities. The phenomenon raises its ugly face in killings like the ones recently seen in Tana River, Baragoi and Garissa.

Antagonisms like one currently shoved through the throats of the Digo by controversial court orders granted to one Evans Waitiki, son of Kamau Waitiki, seeking to evict over 50, 000 people from the land believed to be grabbed in the early days of independence indicate plans to destabilize the nation in this election period.

Another reason Prophet Owuor believe something is seriously wrong during this political season is the activities of politicians. There are reports and claims of tribal alliances formed against others.

This is one of the causes of election distress in 2008 that left many people dead, displaced and property destroyed. The other malevolent act of politicians that stands to sponsor one of the most atrocious violence in Kenya is ‘the buying of allegiance’ with money.

It makes me fear a lot because such characters that spend the money may not accept the results when they lose elections. They may use violence as ‘the last part of the game’. That is disastrous to credulous people.

The other malevolent act of politicians that stands to sponsor one of the most atrocious violence in Kenya is ‘the buying of allegiance’ with money. It makes me fear a lot because such characters that spend the money may not accept the results when they lose elections. They may use violence as ‘the last part of the game’.

As they take precautions, President Mwai Kibaki and PM Raila Odinga have no option; they have the obligation to take Kenyans to prayers in accordance with the voice of the man of God, lest we perish in the heinous turmoil.

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  2. chemutai marusoi said

    with me i love the Prophet of the Lord and i trust him so much

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  3. I say, Dr. David Edward Owuor is a true servant of the most High God…JEHOVAH ELSHADAI. No wonder the Lord Christ Jesus said “If they have called the Son of Man Beelzebub, how about his true followers.?” The “sow a seed” preachers are not happy with this man of God. They have made all sorts of accusation against this servant of JEHOVAH but God has continued to lift him from glory to glory just as He did with Joshua the man of God. Yes! Dr Owuor the man of God said, “The only way to God is by repentance of our sin and living a righteous and holy life in Christ Jesus. I thank God the Father for His true servant.

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  4. GEOFFREY NGENY said

    OWOUR IS THE TRUE PROPHET AND IT IS BIBLICAL.(MALACHI )

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  5. catherine mulongo said

    Itrust prophet owour he is true servant of God.note that God can not use asinniful man to decree something n happen.iwas desiring somebody to tell the truth n now God had risen up his servant to bring truth n to tell us to prepare d way of our lord jesus christ.may God bless you servant of God n protect u by his blood.p

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  7. felix said

    API, and in particular the honourable pressman Maurice Alal, I salute you all. Even though I have read this story late, of course, better late than never, I am so greatful of the fact that even as Kenyan dailies struggle with the believing in the Prophet of the and carry in their writing such a message they have continually black-mailed the Lord. At least God has finally found one in Africa if not Kenya. May the God of Israel bless you.AMEN

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