Lucy Natasha biography: age, mother, car, ministry, family, tattoo, stewards, booksMay 3, 2021
Rev. Lucy Natasha (born 23 July 1992 in Huruma, Eastlands, Nairobi) is a Kenyan preacher. The renowned reverend founded the Prophetic Latter Glory Ministries International.
The overseer of the popular ministry is known for living a life of luxury.
Lately, she received an Honorary Doctorate in Christian Leadership. To add to her recent achievements, she received a World Civility Ambassador Award. She is also an author of several books.
23 July 1992 (age 28)
|Birthplace||Huruma, Eastlands, Nairobi|
|Education||Public Relations and Theology|
|Siblings||Shiphrah Murathe (sister)|
Joseph Shafique (brother)
|Mother||Pastor Esther Wanjiru|
|Ministry||Prophetic Latter Glory Ministries International|
The popular and stylish Rev. Lucy was born on 23 July 1992 in Huruma, Eastlands estate, Nairobi, Kenya.
Hailing from a rather humble beginning and upbringing. She has managed to reach greater heights.
While she grew up, Reverend Lucy was unable to speak fluently and stammered a lot. At the age of 10, the speech order came to an end after a pastor pointed at her.
In 2011, Lucy was ordained at Redeemed Gospel Church in Huruma, Nairobi.
She was born into the family of Pastor Esther Wanjiru, her mother. Pst Esther is a senior pastor at Maximum Miracle Center, Kawangware.
Reverend Lucy has two siblings, a sister Shiphrah Murathe and a brother Joseph Shafique.
Their mother solely handled their needs after she ended the relationship she shared with their father.
She laid her educational foundation at a primary school at Umoja estate, Nairobi, Kenya. After which she moved to South Africa to continue her academic pursuit.
Reverend Lucy Natasha is a graduate of Public Relations and Theology.
Lucy founded and oversees the Prophetic Latter Glory Ministries International at 680 Hotel, Kenyatta Avenue-Muindi Mbingu junction.
She is seen around in a company of well-dressed men that provides services as bodyguards. Though she says that they are not bodyguards, rather she addresses them as stewards.
In her words, she doesn’t know why people say she has bodyguards.
The guys you have been seeing are her spiritual sons and daughters who are part of the protocol team to maintain order.
While she was administered the Covid-19 jab, social media detectives noticed something “weird” on her arms.
Seeing Lucy’s oracle ministries tattoo boldly on her arm triggered several reactions.
Many had one or two things to say as they pour out their opinions. Some condemned her for it is not ordered for men of God to have tattoos. To others, it was okay for her to.
Rev. Lucy’s lifestyle has made her possess a fleet of cars that worth over Kshs. 10 million shillings. She customized the number plates of her car marking from Oracle 1 – Oracle 7.
Some of Rev. Lucy’s cars include a 3000 cc Toyota Harrier (Oracle 1), Toyota Fortuner (Oracle 2), Mercedes Benz E class (Oracle 7). Other of her cars include a Range Rover, Toyota Land Cruiser Prado, and Land Rover Discovery.
Even with the nature of running a ministry, she still carves out time for writing. She is an author of several books including;
- “Before you say ‘I do’.”
- “Touching heaven through prayer”.
- “Characteristics of God’s leading lady”.
- “Seven keys to success”.
- “Every problem has an expiry date”.
The “woman of God” is still single and claims that she waits for God to reveal her the right man.
Though, speculations arose that she could be in a romantic relationship with Governor Mike Sonko.
People reacted after she drove off to the Governor’s home in Machakos. She went to hold prayer sessions after the demise of Sonko’s father.
Investigating the relationship they share, people added efforts to discover how they could link their closeness to serving God.
After she was asked, Reverend Lucy replied that she knows the Governor as a servant of Nairobians and in no other way.
Claiming that she was a company to Sonko to morn and offer condolences on his father’s demise.
On December 22, 2017, the Governor shares a screenshot of his conversations with Reverend.
The screenshots were evidences that the reverend had sent Mike a picture of her kneeling and allegedly praying for him.
The governor then explained that the conversation was about the preacher making a request.
She requested that the Governor approve the erection of two billboards for a Crossover Night service Kesha.
To salt the stew, the service venue was at Mawingo Hall, Lillian. The venue is said to house Nairobi Safari Club where Governor Sonko allegedly owns a private suite. You see, these allegations are merely rumors.