Some days back we reported about a Jesus look-alike spotted in Nairobi’s Central Business District (CBD) dressed in a long rob and walking bare-foot through the street – in case you missed it..
In the post, he commended Kenyans for their friendly nature and also urged Kenyans to be keen for the second coming of Christ and careful not to throw hateful comments to the real Lord when he arrives.
“I arrived in Kenya less than 2 weeks ago from Ethiopia and have been welcomed with so much enthusiasm like I’ve never experienced before in my life.”
“Kenyan people in general have been very friendly and loving. Until I find this photo of me circulating online. I feel a little concerned by this person’s comments. I don’t know who wrote it and I don’t know if it was just a joke or if they were serious, but it has made me a little uncomfortable to walk in the streets of Nairobi.”
“I AM NOT JESUS! I HAVE NEVER PRETENDED TO BE. I am a traveller who has come to your country as a visitor,”
“I would hope that one day if Jesus does return you treat him with a little more respect than you have treated me,”