- Victor Githu made headlines when he was termed as the youngest reverend in Kenya
- The 10-year-old pastor is a multitalented little guy who also happens to be a musician
- A year back, Victor released a song dubbed I Love You God
- Twitter blew up when netizens caught a glimpse of the never seen before video
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Kenya's reverend Victor Githu has proved he is a jack of all trades who enjoys spreading the gospel in various ways.
While social media users were going about their business on Sunday, February 2, they came across a video that possibly changed their lives.
Victor who was formerly known as the 10-year-old pastor suddenly transformed into a seasoned musician.
Twitter immediately blew up after a sneak peek of the video made rounds on the internet.
As usual, the young preacher was clad in a crisp suit and had a serious yet convicted demeanour as he sang his heart out and worshipped the Lord.
A quick search on YouTube revealed the young boy's song was called I Love You Lord.
The unique piece was released a year back before Victor embraced his new celebrity status.
What excited his online viewers was how his tiny, adorable self put emphasis on the words "shepherd" and "coulage" which is meant to be pronounced as courage.
While most social media users were fascinated by the young visionary, others kept insisting Victor needed to learn how to experience a normal childhood.
They urged him to take time and do what his fellow kids are doing and termed it as embracing a laid back life.
As previously reported, the 10-year-old admitted people often look down upon him and treat him like a second class citizen.
He noted he was aware guys always took him for a joke and rarely believed his salvation was real.
"When I told my mother I wanted to be a preacher, it did not turn out well. We would fight with her and she used to beat me a lot. She was always angry because of what people used to say. I remember we had a shop and she would leave me to work but I would end up closing it and go out to preach," he said.
The little boy who has had his fair share of push and pull, started his ministerial journey aged five.
In other news regarding pastors, founder and leader of the Spirit Embassy, a Pentecostal ministry in the United Kingdom also known in some circles as Good News Church has offered to pay the school fees of 1,026 students at a deprived community school called Bota Primary School.
According to Zimupdates.co.zw, the renowned prophet has been engaged in similar bountiful acts of giving lately under the Uebert Angel Foundation.
It is indicated that the prophet paid fees for 797 students just a month ago in another school. Before the internet could recover from the 'shock' of his philanthropy, 1,026 students have also received full tuition as part of his ‘adopt a school’ scheme.
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