Controversy as Prophet Owuor Says He Brought Coronavirus

Prophet Dr. David Owuor, the leader of the Ministry of Repentance and Holiness church, has sparked controversy and widespread outrage by claiming responsibility for the spread of the coronavirus.

In a video circulating on social media, Prophet Owuor is seen delivering a sermon to a large congregation at an undisclosed location, where he makes bold assertions about his involvement with the pandemic.

The video has ignited a storm of criticism online, with many expressing shock and disbelief at the audacity of the controversial pastor’s claims.

In the video, shared on TikTok by user Clement124, Prophet Owuor issues a stern warning to Kenyans, cautioning them against challenging him. He asserts that he possesses the power to bring destruction upon Kenya but has chosen to show them mercy instead.

“I am the one who brought the Coronavirus. Look at how many people died at my word. Kenya, don’t test me. If I decide to destroy you, it will be complete. But for now, I extend grace to you,” Owuor declared in the video.

Prophet Owuor’s assertions have triggered widespread condemnation from Kenyans, who have voiced their frustrations in the comments section of the video.

Many have criticized his statements as reckless and perilous, accusing him of spreading fear and misinformation.

There is disbelief and anger among many at his audacious claims, with calls for action to be taken against him. Some have accused him of exploiting people’s fears for personal gain.

“This is outrageous! How can someone claim responsibility for a global pandemic that has caused so much suffering and loss of life?” commented one user.

Various reactions have flooded in, with some expressing skepticism towards Owuor’s claims and emphasizing the importance of staying grounded in scripture, while others denounce him as a false prophet and warn of the consequences of such deception.

In the face of such widespread condemnation, Prophet Owuor’s assertions continue to provoke outrage and disbelief among Kenyans, prompting calls for accountability and discernment in matters of faith.