This story is a classical and sad tale of a type of African stupidity, introduced and reinforced by Christianity and its brainwashing.
According to Kenyan media The Star, a Kenyan mother of six who surprised Kenyans last year by leaving her 20-year marriage to “marry” the Holy Spirit has died. On Saturday, the rotting body of Elizabeth Nalem was discovered in the Kopoch forest, Kapkoris site, Mnagei ward.
According to the police, Nalem had gone to the forest with a panga and a walking stick a week before. Since then, investigations have been undertaken to see if she was killed by creatures in the forest.
“The body was mutilated and smelled terrible. Her husband Joshua Nalem told the Nation that “certain body parts are missing.”
Nalema, a town council officer from Makutano town in West Pokot County, married the Holy Spirit in a ‘lavish’ ceremony at the Chelang’a Gardens, a hotel in Makutano town, in May last year. Her coworkers and a few businesswomen, including her husband, Joshua Nalem, were in attendance during the ceremony.
Joshua Nalem was stunned and perplexed as he watched his wife, clothed in a bridal gown, say “I do” to the Holy Spirit in a ceremony supervised by Pastor Albert Rumaita of Kenya’s Makutano Anglican Church.
“I’ve spent my life serving the world, but now the Holy Spirit has led me to serve the almighty God.” “The holy spirit led me to Pastor Rumaita, who purchased my wedding gown, organized this ceremony, and even hired cars to escort me here,” Nalem stated during the ceremony.
She stated that she would like her spouse to know that she is done serving the world and will now devote her life to God and the church, even if he was opposed to her decision. Following the marriage, Nalem revealed that she had closed her business and would be traveling to Uganda for her honeymoon. According to The Standard, her honeymoon serves as a crusade.
“When I finish with Uganda, God has provided me signs that I should travel to the United States.” He encouraged me to travel the world, but I told him I wouldn’t be able to, so I asked him to help me recruit other members to help me share the gospel,” she explained.
Her husband told reporters that he tried to stop his wife from leaving on numerous occasions, but she refused. He went on to say that he was having problems getting his wife to follow her new praying habits. “She went to church one day, and when she got home, she began getting up at 3 a.m. to pray.” I questioned why she was facing the cold merely to pray, but she instead chose to relocate to a neighboring homestead.”
Nalem had hoped to hold the marriage at her church, but church officials turned down her request to marry the Holy Spirit.
Pastor Rumaita, who conducted and paid for the wedding, stated, “Because I am her neighbor, she came to me and explained herself, which is why I took the daring step and performed what she requested.” He explained, “I made the decision to preside over, prepare, and fund the wedding since the world might well be ending and because I’m her neighbor.”
The Holy Spirit, according to Christianity, is the third “person” in God’s Holy Trinity. God and Jesus Christ are the other two.