In a captivating tale of hope and faith, Josphene Kache, a woman from Mombasa, narrates her journey from Dubai to Kilifi, Kenya, where she joined Pastor Ezekiel Odero’s New Life International Church in search of love and the restoration of her prosperity.
Having worked in Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE), Josphene decided to return to her homeland with a longing for a brighter future. Her path led her to Pastor Ezekiel Odero’s church, where she learned about his ‘nyota’ ministry—a concept she believed could potentially bring back the lost luster in her life.
In an interview with NTV Kenya, Josphene revealed, “I’ve been hearing about this ‘nyota’ and did not fully understand it. I told myself it had been long since my life was prosperous. I thought perhaps witches or traditional doctors stole my star. I told myself perhaps my star would be restored if I joined the church.”
Before joining the New Life International Church, Josphene had been following Pastor Odero through social media and television, listening intently to his sermons. However, she felt the need to meet him personally to ascertain the authenticity of his teachings and find inner peace.
“Many pastors preach on television, but once you have met them, you can fully understand who you are. I was curious to find him,” she said.
Josphene, a woman living in Nyali, candidly shared her heartfelt longing for love and companionship, admitting her lack of a husband and children. As time passed, she grew increasingly concerned about her age and desired to find her ‘marriage star’ to complete her life.
With a firm belief in the power of Pastor Odero’s teachings, she bravely confronted the darkness that held her back, breaking the altars of despair that impeded her progress.
However, Pastor Odero’s controversial statement about the faithfulness of Luo men sparked a heated debate on social media. He claimed that finding a faithful Luo man was exceedingly difficult, suggesting that they might provide material possessions to their wives but still engage in infidelity.
Despite the uproar his statement caused, Josphene remained steadfast in her pursuit of love and prosperity through the ‘nyota’ ministry. She hoped that by joining the New Life International Church, she would attract positivity and happiness into her life.