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Fake Jesus, Michael Job Is Still Alive – See His New Photos And Video In Kenya

The news of Micheal Job’s death and deportation from Kenya are not true but false. Micheal Job is very much alive and healthy in Kenya.

Contrary to reports claiming that Michael Job, a US preacher and actor who recently visited Kenya as ‘Fake Jesus’ died moments after attending an interdenominational Christian event as a guest speaker.

It had been reported that ‘medics at Heyn Hospital have confirmed that Michael Job is dead after succumbing to pneumonia while receiving treatment’.

However, new photos and videos have surfaced on social media proving that Micheal Job is not dead as earlier reported. He is very much alive and healthy.

Here’s what the ‘Fake Jesus’ shared on his official Facebook page on Monday:

“Today Paul Maurer and I recieved the opportunity to peach on the outreach truck again. Hundreds of souls made a decision for Jesus to be the Lord and Savior of their lives. So many children recieving Jesus, praise the Lord!

“Go into all the world and preach the gospel to all creation.” Go out and preach the gospel to someone today. God will fill you with his boldness as you speak today. He is waiting for you. Bless you! Thank you for praying for us!

Last week, it was also reported that the Kenyan government deported him and arrested the pastors who invited him.

It claims among others that the arrest was because Michael Job had been going around taking money from Kenyans to perform miracles and secure seats for them in heaven.

But these below new photos and videos say otherwise as Micheal Job could be seen preaching in Kenya.

Today Paul Maurer and I recieved the opportunity to peach on the CFAN outreach truck. Hundreds of souls made a decision…

Posted by Michael Job on Monday, August 5, 2019

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