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Campaign launched online to shut down Prophet Owuor’s radio station

A concerned citizen by the name George Kinoti has launched a battle no one imagined possible.

In a campaign that’s gaining momentum fast, George Kinoti claims the controversial prophet’s radio station spreads blasphemous messages and instills perennial fear in people. This, he states, is done through false prophecies.

In an online petition, Kinoti accused the preacher of instilling fear through giving false prophesies on war and bloodshed. He aims to get signatures from Kenyans to ask the Communications Authority of Kenya (CAK) to close his radio station in Nakuru.

“Prophet Owuor and his Nakuru based Jesus is Lord Radio Station is a significant threat to national peace and cohesion. Owuor is a warmonger who must be stopped. His Radio station propagates fear and intolerance, stated the petition.

The petition against the self-proclaimed prophet went viral after his radio station celebrated the death of one Kenyan who was against his doctrine.

Kinoti further stated, “On January 11th, 2020, the said Radio Station was full of weird celebrations of the alleged death of a Kenyan from Miwani in Kisumu County. Owuor alleges that the woman openly disagreed with his doctrine, and he, therefore, struck her to death.”

Kinoti said the founder of Repentance and Holiness church takes advantage of each election year to spread violent messages. In turn, national leaders and politicians seek his advice for personal gains.

“We must not allow a few individuals with questionable character and unsound doctrines to preach disunity, intolerance, and bloodshed in our beloved country, it concluded.

So far, his target of 200 signatures hasn’t borne any fruit as only 148 Kenyans had signed the petition.



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