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Dem Wa Facebook explains why her father built a church in their homestead

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Kenyan content creator and comedian Dem Wa Facebook, through her YouTube channel, decided to let her fans know why there’s a church in their homestead.

Dem Wa Facebook, who said this while giving his fans the 3-bedroom tour of how the house looks, said the reason is because for them, they are prayerful people, and because of that, they have a church in their compound.

“Hiyo ni church, my dad, yangu alijenga kwa boma. Sisi tunakuanga prayers 24-7, hapa kwetu kunakuanga na rules ya maombi.” Dem wa Facebook said while showing the church from a distance.

She goes on to explain that initially they used to use their house as a place of worship up until the children, so Dem Wa Facebook and other siblings advised their father to consider constructing a different house that could serve the purpose.

Tulisema hatuombei kwa nyumba, we need to be serious with prayers. Hiyo ni church ya familia yetu hata vile nimekuja lazima tupombe tusome verse, there’s power in prayer.” Dem Wa Facebook shared.

READ ALSO: DEM WA FACEBOOK SHOWS OFF A 3 BEDROOM APARTMENT SHE IS BUILDING FOR HER PARENTS (PHOTOS)

Even so, Dem Wa Facebook still admitted that she used to have a hard time trying to concentrate on her sleep since she was not into religion as much as her parents were, but she promised to follow in the footsteps of her father.

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