Pastor Of Helicopter Church Charges $20 To Check If Your Name Is...

Pastor Of Helicopter Church Charges $20 To Check If Your Name Is In The Book Of Life (PICTURED)

By Anita Sunday | Society Reporter on February 8, 2014
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Just when you think you have heard it all…

A Kenyan clergy, Bishop Thomas Wahome is known for his bizarre ways but this may just be the cherry at the top of the pie.

According to reports, Wahome, the Senior Pastor of Helicopter of Christ Church is now charging his followers the equivalent of $20 to check if their names are written in the Book of Life.

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Bishop Thomas Wahome pictured in a church poster

Nairobi Xpose reports:

Bishop Thomas Wahome of Helicopter ministries is the king of controversy. First, the name of his church is just out of this world. He is also known to craft very bizarre ways of conning his flock

In 2012, pastor Wahome was charging Sh 1,200 to anyone who wanted to touch his garment- like that woman who touched Jesus’ clothes in Mark 5:21-34. Wahome also claimed that people who touched his clothes got instant healing from whatever disease

And now, he has devised a new con game. Its called “Check whether your name is the book of life”. Wahome claims that if you give him Sh 1,500, he can actually ask God whether you are among those people who will go to heaven. He claims that he has a direct line to God and he can communicate with him directly.


  1. There are too many desperate people who don’t reason stuff out, and they can fall for anything. Its quite sad what people are now doing in God’s name.

  2. this is an absolute scam and most painful of all, he has people who attend his church. I’m really angry thank god I’m not God, this Guy would have been taken to an island where he will be flogged 1000 whips of the cain everyday (I’m just angry). But sentiments apart, this is heresy and blasphemy. God have mercy

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