A Kisii preacher has set tongues wagging after claiming he foresaw God interfering with the voices of Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) proponents at the Meru BBI rally that was held at Kinoru Stadium on Saturday, February 29.
Peter Morwabe of the Gospel Embassy church said God was angry with the BBI agenda in a vision communicated to him in the morning of Saturday, February 29.
In an interview with K24, the man of cloth said the Lord was against the initiative as it has divided Kenyans along ethnic and political lines.
“I am requesting the president and the political class to suspend the BBI rallies. My church is not against the BBI, however, through the voice of God, I request that the BBI rallies be suspended. I foresee something bad happening to Kenyans,” said Morwabe.
Morwabe said the almighty will continue interfering with voices of pro-BBI leaders unless they abandoned the sensitisation meetings being held countrywide.
“On Saturday, February 29, the Lord spoke to me on what is going to happen to Kenya if the BBI rallies are not suspended. Many of the politicians will be losing their voices during the rallies, a sign that God does not approve of the BBI agenda,” the preacher said.
Morwabe remarks came after Orange Democratic Movement leader Raila Odinga, the co-captain of the document, struggled to address the gathering in Meru due to a hoarse voice.
“… nashindawa na sauti… lakini jana nilikuja hapa nikalala hapa..nilikuja na vijana. Wakaniambia baba hapa Meru nobody can stop reggae…(My voice is fading… Nonetheless, when I arrived here yesterday (Friday, February 28), the youth told me nobody can stop the BBI Reggae in Meru,” he said.