• Sam West says it is important to cut of ties with people you no longer have sexual relations with.
You might have heard the joke that Nairobi is one big bedroom.
These joke is used to dramatize how Nairobians have normalized infidelity. It is not a wonder to find one man/woman sleeping around with multiple partners.
Sam West now advises people to be careful who they sleep with as soul ties are real.
A soul tie is an intense spiritual connection between two people.
According to Sam West some people don't realize the problems they are going through is because of the energy they have received from their sexual partners.
" You should be careful about who you get intimate with.
Soul ties unite you spiritually.Even the bible teaches us that if you sleep with a prostitute you become one.
When you have intimacy with someone you become married to them.'
How does one cut such ties?
"Mention them (Sex partners) by name and revoke the soul ties. If you don't break them you keep getting back to that person.
Use a bible if necessary." Advised Sam
Sam West in the past said Kenyans need to rebuke the spirit of infidelity roaming in Nairobi.
He says that most marriages break once someone comes to Nairobi.
"There is a demon of cheating that surrounds Nairobi.
A demon of loving older women
A woman coming from Nyeri, Nakuru, or Mombasa might be saved but once she gets to Nairobi she starts cheating. The same woman might have been faithful for over 10 years.
Nairobi atmosphere is controlled by sex."
Sam added that
"Matatus play sexual music. Radio stations talk about sex. Artists only love producing music revolving around intimacy.
People propagating sex come from the church. Club owners, event organizers, etc.
Some of these used to host major gospel events but now they are promoting usherati."
How do we control this?
"We need to fix the atmosphere in Nairobi for us to fix what is happening here.
It's time Christians revolt, wakifunua hii side (secular) tunafunika).
There needs to be a revival or a revolt."
A divorce statistic released recently showed an alarming rate of divorce cases in Kenya in 2022.
Data released by the Judiciary through the State of the Judiciary Annual Report (SOJAR) indicate that in the last financial year ending June 2022, 3,784 divorce cases were filed at the magistrate courts across the country while 1,820 were filed at the Kadhi courts.
Among the main reasons cited by spouses seeking divorce are
- Abuse and cruelty
- Lack of maintenance
- Change of religion
- Lack of conjugal right
- Drug and substance abuse
- Unjustified polygamy