Revealed: Facts About ‘god’ Jehovah Wanyonyi
He could rarely remove the hat, but when he did, a balding head could be revealed.
Jehova Wanyonyi prepares to lead The Lost Israel church service at his home in Chemororoch Village, Uasin Gishu County, on August 12, 2007
Jehovah Wanyonyi, who asserted to be lord of a few souls in Bungoma, Kakamega, Uasin Gishu and Bungoma, provinces passed on either this month or a month ago.
Contingent upon who you ask, Mikaili Jehovah Wanyonyi was either 91 or more established yet he had been a traveler for the duration of his life even as he asserted to be the “God” of the Bible.
His supporters in Chemororoch Village in Soy Constituency still demand that their dad and “god” was still alive until a duplicate of the internment grant was spilled to the media.
Wanyonyi is accepted to have been conceived somewhere around 1924 and 1925 in Bungoma County, western Kenya.
In 1956, he began a faction that came to be known as the ‘Lost Israelites’.
Local people called the reliable “Basiraeli” despite the fact that they didn’t take after Judaism.
In the mid 60s, he began trusting he had the ability to cure ailments, thought he was undying and pronounced himself the genuine ‘God’.
His religious images incorporated a red attire of a robe, a material, either dark or gold, tied around his waist and a red cap with manufactured hair connected to it from within.
He could seldom evacuate the cap, however when he did, a thinning up top head could be uncovered.