- Elizabeth Nalem is now headed to Amudat in Uganda for her honeymoon and also to attend a big crusade their
- After the honeymoon, Nalem said she will fly to the United States to spread the gospel of Jesus Christ
- Nalem claimed God spoke to her and told her to traverse the world and spread the gospel
The West Pokot woman who recently left many mouths agape when she married the Holy Spirt is headed to Uganda for her honeymoon.
Elizabeth Nalem wedded the Holy Spirit a few days ago in a big wedding attended by many residents of Makutano town.
According to a report filed by The Standard, Nalem started walking from Makutano after her wedding and was directed by God to Uganda for her honeymoon and also attend a crusade.
As of the time of writing this piece, the woman had already started the journey to Amudat in Uganda.
"I was heading to Makutano Town when God directed me at around 3am to go to Amudat in Uganda for honeymoon and also to attend a big crusade that will be happening there," she said.
She claimed God spoke to her and told her to traverse the world and spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the people.
Nalem also said she asked God to help her recruit more members to assist in spreading the gospel to other parts of the world since she cannot do that alone.
"God has instructed me to travel to the United States when I am done with Uganda. He told me to traverse the world, but I told him I wouldn't be able and requested him to recruit other members to help me in spreading the gospel," she said.
The mother of six has now left her home, disowned her husband and also left her town council officer job, saying she will only return after she accomplishes her mission.
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Despite her husband pleading with her to go back home, she refused, saying she will go back when her newly ‘wedded’ spirit husband will grant her permission to do so.
The unusual event surprised curious residents of Makutano who had gathered to witness as the bride was due to be married to the Holy Spirit.