Tanzanian spiritual leaders have gathered at Redeemed gospel Church for the annual prayer days that target to dedicate a moment for God.
Christian Science teaches that ‘prayer is a spiritualization of thought or an understanding of God and of the nature of the underlying spiritual creation.
Adherents believe that this can result in healing, by bringing spiritual reality into clearer focus in the human scene’.
However, celebrated Kenyan preacher Rev Lucy Natasha has been leading the service since Saturday and is expected to end on Thursday.
Addressing members of the press this evening, the area pastor and senior overseer of RGC said that the president of Tanzania one Samia Suluhu is aware of the happenings and has wished them the best.
Rev Natasha also hailed the president for allowing them to conduct the annual conference at the big city despite the COVID-19 crisis.
She thanked her for indeed proving that the nation believes in the existence of a supreme God in heaven who cares for mankind while in the toughest moment in life.
Ostensibly, in the last couple of days, congregants have been filling the church tents to capacity.
According to a series of photos shared on social media, Rev Natasha is seen addressing huge numbers whereas others are following via screens fixed outside the designated area.