Prophet Owuor now turns suicidal. Here is what he is planning to do today

If you have always been against one Prophet David Owuor, this may be the time to sympathise with him.

The man who claims to have authority to open the gates of heaven has now revealed his plans to do something weird before leaving the country.

In a broadcast on his Radio Station yesterday night, Owour now claims that he has been ordered to dig a hole and bury all his belonging before leaving the country.

This must be a big hole, one that can accommodate Owuor’s SUVs, his new Runda mansion and everything therein.

This has sent Owuor’s followers to their usual ‘repentance’ moods.

Owuor, who has been issuing threats to his homeland and his critics has been sitting on hot coal for the past few months, with Jayne Muthoni’s family still pursuing him.

Jayne Muthoni is the rich woman who hosted Owuor for more than 15 years.

See also: Prophet Owuor says Goodbye to Kenya

Owuor’s loyal adherents are known for taking his word for God’s heavenly voice. Instructions issued by Owuor are final and from ‘THE LORD’.

With Owuor’s suicidal actions, these people need urgent help, lest we lose thousands of our Kenyans soon, after burying their belongings.

Kenya is a blessed nation, but a recent survey released by the WHO shows that the number of suicides reported in Kenya rose by 58 per cent between from 2008 to 2017.

The report also shows that more men are likely to commit suicide than women.

According to the report, about 800,000 people commit suicide every year, implying one person every 40 seconds. This figure is minus the people attempting suicide every single minute.

Kenya is ranked at position 114 among 175 countries with the highest suicide rate.

Help for a friend

Mental health is a matter we cannot take lightly. No matter how much pain Dr. Owuor is experiencing right now, he needs to know that he is not alone.

Some of the finest, most admired, needed people have been where Owuor is now. Many have thought of taking their our own lives when they felt overwhelmed by depression, without any ray of hope.

But the pain of depression can surely be treated and hope renewed. Owuor’s close friends need to help him realise this important truth.

Dear Owuor and your followers, no matter how hard your situation is (and it surely is), there are people who need you, places where you can make a difference.