Sonko Dares Prophet Owour To Heal EALA MP David Sankok Days After Perfoming Miracles

Former Nairobi Governor, Mike Mbuvi Sonko, has issued a challenge to popular prophet Owuor to heal Hon. David Ole Sankok, an EALA member whose limbs are paralyzed, and who walks with the help of crutches. Sonko’s challenge comes on the heels of reports that the prophet had performed miracles, including healing the sick, and praying for rain.

While many people have praised the prophet for his miraculous works, others have raised questions about their authenticity. Despite this, Sonko has expressed his belief in the miracles, stating that “there’s a God in heaven who heals.” He has promised to become a born-again Christian if the prophet is able to heal Sankok.

However, some of the prophet’s followers have taken issue with Sonko’s challenge, stating that it is wrong to put God to the test. They argue that healing requires faith and willingness, and that Sankok should seek God through the prophet rather than the other way around.

Meanwhile, Sankok himself has revealed that he became paralyzed at the age of 12 after falling into the hands of a negligent doctor. The doctor had injected him in the wrong place, paralyzing his leg nerves. Despite his disability, Sankok has gone on to become an EALA member, and remains optimistic about the future.

In conclusion, the issue of miracles and faith is a contentious one, with different people holding different views on the matter. While some believe in the power of miraculous healing, others are more skeptical, and emphasize the importance of seeking medical attention and taking practical steps to address one’s health issues. Ultimately, the decision to believe in miracles is a personal one, and should be based on one’s own experiences and convictions.