Rev Natasha gives Justina Syokiau 50K,3 months food supply and raises 100K

Kenyan celebrated and richest preacher one Rev Lucy Natasha has paid an impromptu visit to the ailing 2020 hit maker one Justina Syokiau. The city preacher was accompanied by the noble social outreach team often referred to as Natasha hand of compassion.


The surprise visit aimed at helping sort out the pissue affecting the gospel singer. Rev Natasha boosted the mother of one with 50K, donated 3 months food supply and later raised another 50k through a Facebook live broadcast.

The phenomenal city preacher has been a beacon of hope to many less privileged families across the globe. She has rescued many in difficulties especially in this season when the world is battling the unseen enemy COVID-19. The economic rampages brought up by the pandemic are very worse and calls for Samaritan lie Rev Natasha to rescue the diseased.

The mother of one, Justina Syokiau has been battling a very worst disease since the beginning of the year. Since then, she used all her savings for treatment. Justina later raised an appeal to social media followers to come to her rescue.

Justina had rashes all over the body. Apparently the prescribed medication never went well as she was later diagnosed with eczema.

However Sunday evening was a turnaround for the 2020 hit maker after good Samaritans led by Rev Natasha surprised her. In a statement published on the official social media handles of the ministry read

“Joyful moments as the Oracle together with ECC Pastoral team visited gospel singer Justina Syokau for prayers, compassion and being a blessing to her after undergoing a tough medical experience. We are thankful for all those joined the live broadcast and gave towards her restoration.May God send you timely destiny helpers and people who will stand with you.” She captioned

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