Kakamega Deputy Governor Ayub Savula has assured Kenyans that Eliud Wekesa, popularly known as Yesu wa Tongaren, is safe and sound rubbishing claims of his crucifixion.

Taking to Twitter, Savula shared a photo of the self-proclaimed Messiah under what he termed as tight security saying;

“Yesu wa Tongaren is safe. Security is tight. Malicious people wanted to crucify him this Easter,” he tweeted.

This comes as Christians across the world observe Easter which is set aside to commemorate the death of Jesus by crucifixion and his eventual rise from the dead.

On Good Friday, Yesu wa Tongaren conducted a mass for congregants as they fast for three days.

Yesu wa Tongaren had claimed his life was in danger.

“Those are the dark hearts from Babylon. My father is letting them come together to attack me because he wants to destroy them,” the Bungoma-based cleric claimed on Thursday, April 6.

The 1981 born is the lead in his church – Jerusalem Mpya Kanisa la Yesu Church located in Lukhokhwe village, Tongaren, Bungoma County.

In a previous interview, he noted that his mission is to complete Jesus’s work on Earth.

“I came back to complete the work that I started more than 2000 years ago when I left Earth,” he told a local publication.


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