Influential city preacher and senior overseer of Miracle Monday ministry one Rev Lucy Natasha hailed the president of Kenya Uhuru Kenyatta for the resounding victory on the UN security council permanent seat.
Rev Natasha took to her social media accounts where she thanked the head of state for the efforts raised towards the global achievement. She later termed it as a demonstration of the country growing profile and influence in the community of nations.
“Congratulations to H.E Uhuru Kenyatta & Kenya as a whole on winning the UN Security Council seat after garnering 129 votes against Djibouti’s 62 votes in second round of voting. We take our seat at this global table with confidence and assurance of Gods speed.”
Kenya won the UN Security Council seat after beating Djibouti in second round of voting Thursday. The contest between Kenya and Djibouti headed to the second round of voting after the first phase which saw Nairobi’s victory insufficient to win the UN seat. UN seat. With 191 of 193 countries voting, Kenya scored 129 votes, beating Djibouti which got 62 votes.
Rev Lucy Natasha has been on the setting trends after paying courtesy visits to the heads of different states being one President of Zimbabwe, His Excellency Emmerson Mnangagwa at State House. Kenyan times can report that she received a state welcome on a National stadium filled with thousands of netizens.
The woman of God was given a presidential escort from the airport.
The influential preacher is well known to have presidential connections. Months ago she visited Former president of Ghana H.E John Dramani Mahama at the statehouse .
She has also interacted with Former Sierra Leone H.E Ernest Bai Koroma after concluding minesterial duty in that country. Kenya times reported that the preacher breifed the head of state on matters concerning her ministry , she later prayed over the president and the nation..
Through her minesterial slogan which aims at touching millions of lives through the gospel , the vocal preacher has travelled to over 100 countries in the world giving messages of hope and restoration.