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“Yesu Anakuja,” Prophet Owuor Tells Kenyans as He Alights from SUVs While Shopping at a High-End Clothing Store

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Title: Prophet David Owuor Causes Commotion with High-End Convoy on Kimathi Street

In a spectacle that momentarily brought a bustling street to a standstill, self-proclaimed city prophet David Owuor was recently spotted on Kimathi Street, Nairobi, accompanied by a convoy of high-end SUVs.

The flamboyant preacher, known for his charismatic presence and bold proclamations, attracted significant attention from the public, causing a disruption in traffic and drawing crowds eager to catch a glimpse of the renowned figure.

Owuor, adorned in his distinctive attire, had ventured to one of the exclusive men’s clothing and accessories stores in the area. The mere presence of his convoy, consisting of luxurious SUVs, created a buzz, prompting onlookers to gather around in anticipation of witnessing the charismatic prophet in action.

As the crowd swelled, those who couldn’t get close enough strained to catch a glimpse of Owuor, whose heavily built bodyguards vigilantly kept watch over their charismatic leader. The atmosphere crackled with excitement and curiosity as the prophet prepared to address the gathered onlookers.

With an air of authority, Prophet Owuor spoke to the crowd, his message echoing through the street. “The Messiah is coming. Run away from sin,” he beseeched, his words carrying a weight that demanded attention. As he delivered his message, the crowd hung on to every word, captivated by the charisma that has become synonymous with the self-proclaimed prophet.

Amidst the gathering, Owuor took a moment to offer prayers for all those present, invoking blessings from the divine. “May the Lord bless you,” he concluded, leaving the crowd in a state of reflection.

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