The former musician turned pastor Lovy Longomba while on a tour of Kenya for the past few days said that Kenyans are lucky to have Reverend Lucy Natasha.
Lovy who took time to hold interviews, meet old friends and spiritual leaders in Kenya met with Natasha on Wednesday, March 31.
He said that meeting the Reverend was history and memorable,calling her the most powerful prophet not only in Kenya but in the world.
He also thanked fans for the support in recent weeks after the passing of his brother Christian Longomba and even gave a word of encouragement.
“I’m with the Oracle, the most powerful prophet not only in the land but in the world. I pray that you stay connected, protected and preserved by what God has put in her. Thank you all for the support during this difficult time,” he said.
On her part,Natasha appreciated Lovy for his visit and sent her condolences to the family, saying his love for God has inspired many young people to follow Him
Natasha revealed that they had he arranged for Lovy to minister at her church, ECC Nairobi, but the president fresh COVID-19 guidelines hindered her plans.
Lovy reunited with friends and colleagues after nearly two decades after his return home, including singers Wahu and Nameless.