He has 12 disciples and doesn't own an ID card or cell phone.
Yesu (Jesus), as he is known to his congregation which comprises mostly of women says he will use the occasion to officially launch a third testament Bible.
According to him, the Old and New Testament Bibles used by Christians world over are incomplete and there is need to add some more books.
"I will add the books of Bingu mpya (new heaven) and Nchi Mpya (a new Nation) to be published after The New and Old Testament respectively to make it complete," says the class 8 drop out from Mukuyuni Primary school in Bungoma county.
He says the additional books shall not only be used by his followers -tucked in Milima Sub-Location- but the entire world. Unlike the Biblical Jesus who Christians World over celebrate his crucifixion and death every April, the standard eight drop-out from Mukuyuni village does not believe in crucifixion.
"I don't believe in crucifixion (like the other Jesus) I don't know why people have been calling for my crucifixion since I publicly announced that I am also Jesus," Wekesa said.
Wekesa has prophets believed to have resurrected to destroy yokes of Babylon. He also has 12 disciples and doesn't own an ID card, cell phone.
For one to be a member of his church, Yesu said the new member has to be baptised again and given a new name.