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Remember Prophet David Owuor? See What Happened To Him During The Pandemic (Details below)



Prophet David Owuor is a man on a mission. A religious mission to save souls under the popular theme of Repentance and Holiness.

A widely acclaimed Prophet, Dr. Owuor’s rise to the world stage started in the humble village of Goma, Bondo.

Born in 1966 to Hezekiah and Margaret Ochieng, Owuor is the second born in a family of nine – six girls and three boys.

He schooled at Wambasa Primary, Yimbo, before transferring to Jusa in Siaya.

Owuor then crossed the border to Uganda courtesy of his father’s work transfer and attended Luzira and Kitalya respectively.

He joined Mbale Senior Secondary school for his ‘O’ level before shifting gears to St. Peters College, Tororo, for his ‘A’ levels.

Owuor had a short stint at Uganda’s academic giant Makerere University in the pursuit of a Bachelor of Science Degree.

He, however, joined the University of Nairobi and graduated in 1988.

He later flew to Negev, Israel, where he joined Ben Gurion University for his Ph.D. in Molecular Genetics (Science of the Future).

A move that is said to have prepared his journey as Prophet of God after first encountering God in 1987 while in Uganda.

The Mighty Prophet of The Lord as he is known to some, has no wife nor family. He once, however, claimed to have fathered a child in Israel.

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He neither accepts donations nor offerings from his followers despite being touted as among the richest preachers in Kenya.

Of late, the self-proclaimed prophet hasn’t been seen over a long period of time since the Coronavirus pandemic struck in rallies and regular meetings they usually hold.

He has only been heard over the Jesus is Lord radio and seen over other media outlets preaching the end-time teachings and he hasn’t held any major rally since the pandemic came.

The reason for this is because of the ban on public gatherings and mass gatherings for religious activities and maybe when the pandemic is gone, he’ll have a come back with his huge rallies.

Owuor, who is not married, says; “In this calling one cannot be able to raise a family because you are always on the move from town to town, country to country”.

Having a family, he says, will tie him down and he may not be able to follow the will of God.

He says he has not been able to constantly keep in touch with his brothers and sisters but they attend his meetings.

“God disconnects you, not only from family but the past so that you can be committed to Him and the ministry,” he says.

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He went home last in November 2004 when he held a crusade in Homabay.

He says before he headed to God’s calling, he almost converted to Judaism while in Israel.

He says he had a son in Israel and almost married the mother but he moved to the US and the girl’s family refused to let her go with him.

While in the US, he also cohabited but the woman left after he started seeing visions.

“I reflect back and I see this as the work of the devil so that I do not follow the calling by God,” he concludes.

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