The pastor shared a word of encouragement with her followers on Saturday, December 12, while seated inside the yellow chopper.
In her preaching, Natasha urged her followers to hold on to hope that their year would end on a good note even though it had been affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.
“God bless you. I know it is a blessing to be in the 12th month of 2020. I know this has been a difficult year for so many and it is like the whole world has walked through the valley of the shadow of death.
“One thing is that God has kept and preserved us, and as long as we are alive, our miracle is alive,” stated Natasha.
She went ahead to prophesy that December would be a month to remember for those who believe, explaining that 2020 would end strong for them.
“As God’s oracle, I prophesy that may this be a December to remember. The Bible says the end of a thing is better than the beginning. I declare that you will finish this year, 2020 strong.
“You will finish this year well. May God fulfil the desires of your heart. It shall be well with you and all that concerns you,” she added.
Natasha’s summon, however, attracted mixed reactions with some bashing her and others praising her in equal measure.
“Stop shows here, go to the temple of God and give the word of God. The helicopter can’t be a church! Or Twitter isn’t a church,” stated one user.
“May God bless you for me. You’re indeed a blessing to this generation,” celebrated Anasi Paul.
Rev Natasha has more often found herself trending for the wrong reasons with her latest roast coming in November 2020.
A section of Kenyans blasted the preacher for using costly rides after she shared a photo herself in Nigeria with a heavy, armed and uniformed security detail.
Throughout her tour of West Africa, the preacher also shared images of herself in costly rides with her detail going as grand as to include chase cars.
Below is the video of Natasha in a chopper: