Days after Bishop Margaret Wanjiru’s son Steven Kariuki blasted haters for spreading misinformation about his mum, another son has spoken out.

Steven a former MP of Mathare tweeted that his mum is getting better and that she did not get COVID-19 from a kesha.

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Steven Kariuki

His tweet read,

“@stevenkariukimp #IStandWithBishopWanjiru recovering well God answers prayers. @ntvkenya 18 people you are on about is contact tracing I did for last 2 weeks workers & family. I did private testing, invited MOH 2 come get all to the right place, doing the right thing there was no hosting mungu mbele.”

Now, the younger son, a reverend based in the States has also added his take on the issue.

Reverend Evans Kariuki ìn a YouTube video said,

“My name is Evans Kariuki, I am the son of Bishop Margaret Wanjiru and I wanted to thank everyone for the thousands of prayers that we have received.”

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Reverend Evans Kariuki


“Bishop is recovering fast and we give all the glory to God. When we got the news were were shaken but our faith was strong.”

Reports of Bishop Wanjiru’s hospitalization indicated that she was in the ICU.

Evans told his viewers that she is recovering well and she will be discharged soon.

He continued,

“Our faith was strong because of the believers especially in Kenya and from all corners of the world who stood with us,” he said.

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