Mombasa Woman Quits Job in Dubai to Join Pastor Ezeklel Odero's Church

Mombasa Woman Quits Job in Dubai to Join Pastor Ezeklel Odero's Church

  • Josphene Kache, who said her life had been stagnant for a while left her job in Dubai and headed to Kilifi to join Pastor Ezekiel Odero's church
  • The beautiful woman said the sermon of the man of God about the star intrigued her, and she warmly received it
  • The Nyali-based woman said she longed to get married and believed since she had broken the altars of darkness, she was destined to find love

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Mombasa - A woman has narrated how she gave up on her job in Dubai, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and returned to Kenya.

Josphene Kache
Mombasa woman Josphene Kache left Dubai to join pastor Ezekiel Odero's church. Photo: NTV Kenya.
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Josphene Kache returned to Kenya to join pastor Ezekiel Odero's New Life International Church in Kilifi.

New Life International Church in Kilifi

She learned about his 'nyota' ministry, adding she primarily joined the church hoping to find love.

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"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," she told NTV Kenya.

Listening to pastor Odero on social media

Kache had been following the man of God through social media, listening to his sermons on television too.

However, she wanted to meet the pastor in person to find out if his teachings were true and find peace in her soul.

"Many pastors preach on the television, but once you have met them, you can fully understand who you are. I was curious to find him," she said.

Nyali woman with no husband or kids

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The woman living in Nyali regretted not knowing about the star early but held the message firmly, adding that she was shining all her life.

She said she had broken the altars of darkness that held her back and prevented her progress.

"I don't have a husband or kids, and time is flying. I am not getting any younger. I am seeking my marriage star. I get bored with someone quickly," she shared.

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Earlier, pastor Odero claimed getting a faithful Luo man was nearly impossible.

His comments questioning the faithfulness of Luo men sparked mixed reactions among social media users.

The Kilifi-based man of God stated that finding a Luo man who remained loyal to his wife was challenging.

He argued that Luo men might express love by providing material possessions to their wives but would still cheat.

"He loves his wife, he can even buy her a big music system but he will still cheat on her," he said.

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