The Nairobi City preacher Rev Lucy Natasha founder and overseer Miracle Monday services located at 680 hotel along kenyatta Avenue has offered an alternative in her minesterial service.

Apparently despite the strict directive issued by the government to keep off from social gatherings , Rev Natasha will be streaming live online all the services begining Monday .

Rev Natasha issued the directive on Sunday evening after mere consultation with the minesterial team. She later took it to her social media platforms that saw many agree to the directive.

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“Join Us For Miracle Monday Online Service.Join Rev. Lucy Natasha will be ministering in the comfort of your home, across the various digital platforms(Facebook and YouTube ) at 8.00PM #Prayer ”

The number of coronavirus cases in Kenya has risen to 15 after eight more patients tested positive for COVID-19.

According to Health CS Mutahi Kagwe, the eight new cases include five Kenyans and three foreigners (two French nationals and a Mexican).

The Health CS pleaded with Kenyans to remain focused in exercising high levels of hygiene and maintaining social distance as the most effective measures to avoid contracting the coronavirus.

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