Apostle Nicholas Mwongela, a Makueni pastor who shocked many by traveling from Wote to Statehouse, a journey of over 140 km on foot has responded to claims Ruto gifted him a car.
Mwongela claimed he had a special message to deliver to President Uhuru, and traveled on foot with his family to take the message.
The man of God who made headlines dismissed claims that he was awarded a car by the second in command after meeting the Deputy president earlier this week.
Mwongela pointed out that he traveled to meet the president to deliver the special message he had for the Nation and not source money from the state.
“I was not going to look for money because I sustain myself. I was not going to look for food. I want to tell Kenyans, and now this is the time for you to eat money from the politicians because the leaders should give offerings to the church. I didn’t take any money because it would look like a bribe and betray my country,” he said in an interview with a local media house.
Mwongela further said that he has a message for other leaders in Ukambani, and he will disclose the message to them personally.
“There are some deep messages where there are 21 specific leaders that God showed me, including the president and Ukambani leaders like Makueni Governor Prof. Kibwana. I will be visiting them. They should hear their specific message alone, and I can’t disclose it to anyone,” he added.
He revealed that he didn’t give Deputy President the message of President Uhuru after failing to meet him at the statehouse.
He added that What he delivered to Ruto was his specific message only, and whoever wants to know about it should go to DP Ruto and ask him.
Mwongela requested the Ukambani leaders to give him their time when he visits them because he has a message to the Kamba community.