Peter Kabi popularly known as Kabi wa Jesus took to Instagram to urge Kenyans to pray and believe in God for protection from Corona virus after the first case of the disease was confirmed yesterday.

Kabi went ahead to say that, Corona shouldn’t cause panic or spread fear among people, since fear is the devil's greatest weapon and he was using it to scare people and cause more harm.

He encouraged people to take the necessary measures to prevent themselves saying that corona shouldn't be glorified since there are more dangerous viruses in the world other than it.

We need to pray and believe God for protection – Kabi wa Jesus’ message to Kenyans amid Coronavirus panic
We need to pray and believe God for protection – Kabi wa Jesus’ message to Kenyans amid Coronavirus panic

So this Corona thing is causing more panic than infections, why? I think we need to do what is necessary for prevention but not get into this panic mode and spread fear. Fear is one of the greatest weapon of the devil which he is using in the way of covid 19 we have more dangerous viruses in the world so why glorify this one, not to say we become careless but I think we just need to research on the virus and do our best to prevent it without causing unnecessary panic” read his post.

The father of one quoted a bible scripture and urged people to sanitize.

Kabi wa Jesus with family
Kabi wa Jesus with family

"Also as a Christian nation we need to pray and believe God for protection and healing of the land. ◄ 2 Chronicles 7:13 ► "When I shut up the heavens so that there is no rain, or command locusts to devour the land or send a plague among my people, if my people, who are called by my name, will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and I will forgive their sin and will heal their land. So let's pray as we sanitize and take the necessary measures to ensure you don't contract the virus." said Kabi.

This comes a few weeks after Kabi and his wife Milly wa Jesus revealed their son Reign Taji Kabi’s face, after five months of keeping him away from the public.