• We are above board and deal with all attendees, members, public with utmost respect and integrity.
• The apology is well received. It Is my prayer that people out there will not be quick to believe, listen and share falsehoods. I have decided to speak out because this has been a trend.
Reverend Natasha has come out to defend herself after a pseudo account posted falsehoods linking her to pimping out women.
The posts by the account went viral.
Natasha shut down the claims in an official statement that read:
"As a ministry that is very active in preaching through various social media platforms, we seek to unequivocally dissociate ourselves with a malicious story tarnishing the reputation of our leader Rev Natasha and the ministry we are doing.
We began our Miracle Monday Services in October 2017 and the same has been publicly broadcasted on our official handles.
In the greatest words, the story and expose going round is totally false, unfounded, and out there to disparage our mandate.
It's worth noting that the said Martha Mwihaki Hinga is a Pseudo account that has now deactivated; she and/or her cohort has never been part of us. We wish to categorically state that we are a ministry committed to maintaining Biblical standards both in Theology and Practice.
We are above board and deal with all attendees, members, public with utmost respect and integrity. Our church Empowerment Christian Church ECC remains a beacon of hope, an oasis of God's love, and a sanctuary of worship, prayer and the Bible.
To all the friends of ECC, Sons and daughters across the nations, partners, Natasha Hands of Compassion Team members continue keeping us, the Oracle in prayers as we continue shining the banner of God's love to all.
2 Timothy 3:12 "And all who live a godly life in Jesus Christ shall suffer persecution" Head of Communication for Rev Natasha Ministries."
A microblogger on Facebook using the name Derrick Mbugua issued a public apology to Natasha. He also pointed out that the pseudo account ripped photos off of another social media account o give it authenticity.
Responding to the blogger Natasha said, "Today has been a tough day as various falsehoods against me were propagated and shared on social media. These lies and misrepresentations should be condemned with the strongest words possible."
"The apology is well received. It Is my prayer that people out there will not be quick to believe, listen and share falsehoods. I have decided to speak out because this has been a trend. Mostly always been quiet when this happens. But I believe Cyberbullying should be condemned."
See the apology below.