Quiver Lounge: Video of Catholic priests sprinkling holy water on Kilele shopping center causes a stir online

  • Two priests struck up an online conversation after a video showed them commissioning a mall housing a popular nightclub in Kenol Murang’a County
  • TUKO.co.ke has established that the priests are in control of the Kilele shopping center belonging to the investor Simon Wachira alias Maguna, owner of the Magunas supermarket
  • Netizens had concluded that the priests had been asked to order the club located in the mall

A video that appeared to imply priests sprinkling holy water to bless a newly opened nightclub has been debunked by event organizers.

The priests would sprinkle holy water at the club. Photo: Mpacho.
Source: Instagram

Internet users stunned by the club’s sponsoring priests

Part of the short video captured the two priests leading the religious ritual outside the Quiver Lounge, but event organizers said the clerics were blessing a new Kilele mall, which alongside other businesses , hosts the Magunas supermarket.

The mall located in Kenol, Murang’a County is owned by Simon Wachira, popularly known as Magunas, and aims to cater to the shopping needs of locals and travelers passing through the area.

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A video shared to Mpasho on Instagram showed two priests carrying holy water into a green pool while the other dipped a whip and sprayed the outskirts of what was identified as Quiver Lounge.

They were also formed by a group of people who joined in wanting to see the two men of God put the new establishment into operation.

TUKO.co.ke established that the Quiver Lounge Kenol branch opened for revelers on November 4, 2022 is located in Kilele Mall and the shared video only captured the clerics blessing part of the entire l ‘establishment.

Here is the video shared on Instagram:

Many social media users had expressed mixed reactions about the two holy men taking the time to bless the Company center.

Internet user reactions

Here are some of the comments on the post:

@mercy_muriithi23 said:

“Ni biashara kama nyingine. Mungu abariki kazi ya mikono yake.”

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@isaiahlangat commented:

“Basilica of the Holy Family.”

@team_jnj said:

“Proudly Catholic, we don’t beg, and we don’t judge, come as you are.

@jemimah873 commented:

“Weh, alafu mnambie nitoke catholic. Sasa ujue father amepata baze ya kuendaga kuchill after mass.”

@nickiedanieofficial said:

“Mchungaji anabariki club wueeh 21st century.”

@roseflower.ka commented:

“Nilijua tu pombe si mbaya ata mtumishi ameibariki.”

@w_karuga99 said:

“Maji ya Baraka works. It worked for us and our family. Tumsifu Yesu Kristu?”

@frank_addi_ticha added:

“Tutakunywa hadi neno, turn the water into wine.”

@pinchez111 said:

“The church is disinfecting the club.”

The pastor turns the club into a church

Elsewhere, a Kakamega The pastor identified as Apostle Ken Baraza said his mission is to win more souls to Christ using unique means.

Baraza revealed that he targeted Scotch Baron Lounge, a entertainment place in Kakamega, for the reform for a long time.

The preacher further revealed that he previously turned a bar into a church in Kiambu County in 2004.

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Source: TUKO.co.ke


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