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Nairobi’s hottest pastor shows off her expansive fleet of rides – PHOTOS


Gorgeous Nairobi preacher, Reverend Lucy Natasha, has continued to dazzle her online followers with showy display of her expensive lifestyle.

This time round she has uploaded pictures of herself parading her expensive fleet fuel guzzlers with customized number plates.

She recently shared the photos on social media to showcase her fleet of cars, all bearing number plates Oracles 1-7, which could collectively be worth more Sh10 million.

Reverend Lucy Natasha displays her fleet of expensive cars. PHOTO | COURTESY
Reverend Lucy Natasha displays her fleet of expensive cars. PHOTO | COURTESY

‘Oracle 1’, which is said to be her favorite, is a 3000cc Toyota Harrier Lexus, which is estimated to be Sh4 million.

Reverend Lucy Natasha displays her Toyota Fortune worth Sh3.5 million. PHOTO | COURTESY
Reverend Lucy Natasha displays her Toyota Fortuner worth Sh3.5 million. PHOTO | COURTESY

‘Oracle 2’ is a Toyota Fortuner (worth Sh3.5 million) while ‘Oracle 7’ is a Mercedes Benz E class approximately worth Sh4.5 million.

Reverend Lucy Natasha displays her Mercedes Benz E class worth Sh4.5 million. PHOTO | COURTESY
Reverend Lucy Natasha displays her Mercedes Benz E class worth Sh4.5 million. PHOTO | COURTESY

EXPENSIVE LIFESTYLE

Reverend Natasha, who is the founder and overseer of Prophetic Latter Glory Ministries International, is popular for her youthful and gorgeous looks coupled with her swanky lifestyle which she is never too shy to show off on social media.

If you may, Natasha is part of the modern day celebrity clergy who have shunned frugality for the opulence of expensive mansions, flashy cars and moving around town with a security detail that could easily rival those of politicians.

Reverend Lucy Natasha behind the wheels of one of her expensive cars. PHOTO | COURTESY
Reverend Lucy Natasha behind the wheels of one of her expensive cars. PHOTO | COURTESY

The beautiful Reverend has always denied claims that her expensive lifestyle is funded by minting money from her congregants.

In an interview with a local daily a few months ago, Reverend Natasha claimed that she gets her flowing cash from her partners, International Ministry Missions and from royalties of her books entitled Touching Heaven Through Prayer and Every Problem Has Expiry Date.