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He Died From Malaria After Calling Himself “God”, Fact About Jehovah Wanyonyi You Need To Know

A lot of people are dead in this world that people will never forget simply because of what they did, and how they spent their lifetimes before death took them away, and people will be using their lives stories as a topic in which they will start debating on whenever they remember them. Everybody on this earth is praying for long life but what I knew was that no matter how long someone live on earth, the last moment of a person in life is most very important thing, whether someone’s last moment in life was good or bad, it would be the last record for him/her.

I believes some of you will still remember this Kenya man identified as Jehovah Wanyonyi,

who called himself “God” during his lifetime? If you know that you are just hearing his name for the first time, I will like to advise you to take your time and read his story very well so as to learn one or two things from his story. When Jehovah Wanyonyi was alive, he used to call himself “God” and also claimed that Jesus Christ is his son. The statement of this Kenya man left people shocked and made them surprise that how can a human being call himself “God”.

The 98-year-old man Jehovah Wanyonyi

who lived in Chemororoch village in Uasin Gishu County, western Kenya, even made it known to the world during his lifetime that, he was the one that brought HIV/AIDS to earth as a punishment to humanity for defying his commandment. According to what I heard about the story of Jehovah Wanyonyi,

he also told Kenyan government to pay him sum of 3 billion shillings ($3.8m), and said that if the government refuse to give him the money, he would bring a curse to Kenyans.

It was gathered that the spiritual leader, Jehovah Wanyonyi,

has 70 wives, 500 children and more than 1,000 grandchildren before he died from “malaria” on his way to Cherangany Nursing Home in Kitale town on July 18, 2015. Jehovah Wanyonyi

who was said to have developed back problems for many years, was confined to a wheelchair for four years before he died from “malaria” on July 18, 2015. My brothers and my sisters, what is your own opinion about Jehovah Wanyonyi?,

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