This is where Sonko took Kenya’s prettiest pastor Rev. Natasha

After Kenya’s Prettiest Pastor Rev. Lucy Natasha paid Nairobi Senator Mike Sonko a courtesy call to comfort him over the loss of his father, Mzee Gideon Kioko Kivanguli, he decided to take their interaction a step further.

In social media post made on Sunday, Sonko revealed that the gorgeous minister accompanied him to his father’s grave for prayers.

A video recording shows Rev Natasha praying with her hands over the area where the flamboyant senator’s father was buried.

Sonko’s father passed away on September 6th 2015. He succumbed to an illness, but his family refused to disclose the details of his passing to the public.

Salvation Rumours   

When Sonko shared an image of him and the pretty pastor on social media last week, some online blogs alleged that she had lead him to salvation.

On the post, which he shared on Friday, Sonko said: “I would like to take this opportunity to express my sincere gratitude to Rev. Lucy Natasha of Prophetic Latter Glory Ministries International for paying me a courtesy call in my office.”

“She later comforted me over the loss of my late father (which occurred when she was out of the country preaching the Gospel) by visiting our family home at Mua Hills where she laid a wreath at my Dad’s mausoleum.”


Sonko says the passing on of his dad has contributed immensely to him learning God’s ways.

“The passing away of my dad has heighted me spirituality,” he stated.

He has, however, denounced being saved, but says he is in the process of considering joining the piety club.

Reverend Lucy Natasha shot to fame in June 2015 when her photos circulated on social media with numerous online users confessing that she indeed was very pretty.

Contrary to many people’s belief, the youthful pastor is not a newbie in the ministry: “I am a third generation pastor. The calling (to ministry) came when I was too young to understand. Through involvement in church activities, I found my true purpose – to serve the Lord.”

Here’s a video of the graveside prayers: