“Jesus Of Kiserian, Kenya” Dies Again !

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By Arrey Bate

Photos and videos showing Michael Job dressed as Jesus Christ have been widely shared on social media across Africa after his walk on the streets of Kiserian in Kenya’s Kajiado County.

Posts went further to say that Job had been arrested and deported back to his home country for impersonation of the character Jesus in christian religion.

After reports that he was deported, Job spoke out on a Facebook post (read here)

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Job debunked claims of his arrest and the arrest of the pastors who invited him to Kenya.

The post noted that he had just completed 9 days of crusades in Ongata Rongai, Kitengela, and Kiserian Kenya where “many people were saved and healed”.

“I only dressed up as Jesus during these crusades because I was acting as Christ during my crusades. Some people, known as “internet trolls”, have made false reports about me claiming to be Jesus, Jesus’ second coming starting in Kenya, me being found and worshipped in churches, and me being deported with pastors from the country, all of which are fake news,” Job wrote.

Days after this famous visit, MaraviPost has reported his death saying “medics at Heyn Hospital confirmed that Job succumbed to pneumonia while receiving treatment”.

The same news has been reported by Kenyan News Online & Linda Okeji’s Blog

Michael Job was a US preacher & actor, an ordained minister who runs Jesus Loves You Evangelistic Ministries in Florida.

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