Pastor Benard Nzau explains how his Viral Selfie Meme changed his life in Church
Pastor Benard Nzau of the Pentecostal Evangelistic Fellowship of Africa (PEFA-All Nations Gospel Church)  photo

Photos of Pastor Benard Nzau of the Pentecostal Evangelistic Fellowship of Africa (PEFA-All Nations Gospel Church) went viral on social media as a meme for over a month.


It all began when he posted a close-up selfie of himself with the statement "I love my wife in Jesus' name," which instantly went viral.


Nzau, who has been a pastor of over eight years, told Hillary Lisimba that he had no desire to cause such a stir.


He admits that he had no clue he was a Facebook celebrity until his daughter informed him of the reality.


"I had no idea my face was all over social media until my daughter told me about it while we were in Mombasa," he explained.


He is quick to add, however, that he is not pleased with the trend because there are so many things that may go wrong as a result of social media popularity.


According to Nzau, his family and the PEFA Church community are sad that his images are spreading for the wrong reasons, sullying their name.


"Our privacy has been violated. We are a reputable family." "I'd want to ask the authorities to issue a warning and take action against such persons," the priest stated.


Nzau mentioned that he has been married to Pastor Ann Makau for 35 years and has two lovely grown-up daughters with her.


"For the record, my wife is the senior pastor of our church in Nairobi's Lucky Summer neighbourhood," the pastor said.


He added that the key to them staying together for so long was obeying God and putting Him first as the one who started their marriage in Eden.


The other, he explained, is trusting and loving one another, as well as being honest and patient with one another.

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