Eliud Wekesa, the man who controversially refers to himself as Yesu wa Tongaren has weighed in on the Luhya quest for Presidency.
With the top seat proving elusive for the Mulembe Nation year in year out, “Yesu” says the community will forever vie unsuccessfully.
According to the self proclaimed Messiah, Luhyas hate each other and therefore will remain divided.
“Luhyas will never taste presidency. Instead of rejoicing for having Jesus from their community, they are busy thinking of how to crucify me during the Easter. They will never accept to love their own,” he lamented.
Ever since he began making headlines earlier 2023, members of the public have been plotting to crucify him during this year’s Easter Holidays.
Yesu says he will neither resist nor collaborate with his “oppressors”.
“I am ready for the will of God,” he stated.
Recently, members of the clergy from Bungoma county have denounced “Yesu”, cautioning Christians to be wary of the “thief”.
However, scriptures say Jesus will come like a thief at night, and therefore it is out of question to tell the true Messiah.
“But know this, that if the master of the house had known in what part of the night the thief was coming, he would have stayed awake and would not have let his house be broken into,” Jesus of Nazareth says in Mathew 24:43.