EXCLUSIVE: Preacher Kanyari set to build multi-million ‘310 Estate’
Controversial preacher and self-proclaimed miracle healer Victor Kanyari has ventured into real estate and will soon be opening the gates to his multi-million estate along Kangundo road.
The preacher talked to Nairobi News in an exclusive interview on Monday where he revealed that he will name the estate ‘310 estate’.
The name is coined from the infamous ‘Sh310 seed money’ he got from congregants in his Salvation Healing Ministry church.
Victor Kanyari rose to fame after an investigative television series exposed the shenanigan ways he used to run the ‘church’. He had assembled a team of racketeers who rehearsed false testimonies and staged “healings” in front of the congregation.
He also claimed of being able to cure everything from childlessness to HIV/AIDS.
Congregants had to give out a ‘seed money’ of sh310 in order to receive their miracles.
In the exclusive interview on Monday, a joyful Kanyari explained to Nairobi News on phone that his multi-million estate will consist of four-bedroom maisonette houses.
The houses will be rented out for Sh30, 000 per month each.
“The project is almost finished, four units are through, with two underway and one that is yet to be started on,” said Kanyari.
Kanyari also spoke out on the photo that has been circulating on social media of a palatial house under construction, and which he has been alleged to own.
This is after he was sighted in more than one occasion supervising the construction works of the house.
“The palatial house is a ten-bedroom maisonette, I am overseeing its construction. It belongs to a friend of mine who is not in the country, that is the reason why I have been seen there and also because the palatial house and my estate are not far apart. But the ten-bedroom house is not mine,” said Kanyari.
In a previous interview with the Daily Nation newspaper, Kanyari confessed to making approximately sh500,000 per ‘miracle’ television show.
“Oh yes, I bought this Ranger Rover from the seed money I get from the church. But I don’t force people to tithe, they do it voluntarily,” he said in the interview with the Daily Nation.