• Speaking during an interview with Spice FM on the show 'Adults in The Room', Detective Jane Mugo shared that 75 of Christians practice infidelity.
• Jimmy Gait also said women who are in the church are mostly hypocrites.
Kenyan motivational speaker Sam, West has asked churches to stop being too harsh on people.
His message comes at a time when people are traveling home for the festivities.
There has also been a worrying trend of pastors and prominent men of God being engaged in activities moral police would term immoral.
Sam says that no one is perfect hence we shouldn't be quick to judge and expect perfection just because someone is a Christian.
Speaking to Mpasho, he says
"Salvation does not mean an immediate transformation. It means one has started the journey of transformation.
That is why most people in the church have a mask, you cannot know who is real.
People in the church, Do not kill yourself with perfection."
Sam further added;
"If someone was doing something wrong, they won't stop doing so immediately, appreciate the fact they are trying to change.
People in the church should also be always on members who get saved and stop putting too many expectations on them.
Society should also stop bringing down people who are in church. Christians are the first ones to criticize others."
In the past, Jimmy Gait had also shared that the main reason he would not want to be a church girl is that most church people are hypocritical.
In an interview with Joyce Gituro,Jimmy shared
"I want a saved woman and not a religious woman.
Most church girls who act religious are not what they are.
There is a lot of hypocrisy in the church. A woman will act like she is a saint but outside she is a cheater.
Most girls have also become materialistic, I do not have a problem with giving but it ought to be reasonable."
Do you agree with Sam?
Speaking during an interview with Spice FM on the show 'Adults in The Room', Detective Jane Mugo shared that 75 of Christians practice infidelity.
"In most cases, 75% of Christians cheat but they are doing it in a very professional way.
They say they have gone for kesha or for deliverance, wameenda kuombewa. Most pastors are also involved.
It's like the world is ending. Nowadays they use cabs and leave phones in the office because wives have put trackers in the car.
Most lodgings are usually full during the day."