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Why Jesus wa Tongaren will be celebrating his easter on July not April

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A Kenyan who calls himself Jesus has pleaded with his colleagues not to crucify him during Easter.

The man from Bungoma County, born Eliud Wekesa, and nicknamed Jesus of Tongaren (Jesus of Tongaren) claims that some people invaded his house and wanted him to be crucified, as was the case with Jesus Christ during the Easter season.

However, the one who calls himself Jesus in Kenya now says his Easter period is July, not April, while other Christians celebrate.

Christians believe that Jesus Christ was crucified, died, and rose again three days later.

A photo file of Jesus wa Tongaren

“Some people have come to me with a cross and nails ready to crucify me, but I am not afraid because my Easter is in July,” Jesus, who lives in Kenya, told the media.

As the world celebrates the Easter season between Friday, April 7, 2023 and Monday, April 10, 2023, Jesus of Tongaren explained that he will be fasting while waiting to celebrate his version of Easter in three months.

“The Bible says we should be careful not to imitate what other international countries are doing. I also warned my people. We are not celebrating this Easter.

The one who calls himself Jesus says that Easter celebrations are not allowed in his gates which he called Jerusalem.

“A Muslim came here carrying a nail ready to crucify me. But I told him that you cannot mock God as it is written in Galatians 6:7.

He claims he had already seen the man in spirit.

For him, their Easter celebration is marked by a feast as recorded in Exodus 12:21.

“Some say I eat marijuana, others think I’m crazy, but I’m not, even when Noah in the Bible told people about destruction, they never believed.

Good Friday marks the crucifixion of Jesus and his death on Calvary. It is observed during Holy Week as part of the Easter Trinity.

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