Believers turn suspected Virgin Mary Apparition site to Pavillion in Maracha

Believers turn gardens to pavilion to view suspected Virgin Mary’s apparition in Minako Village,Ombia Parish, Yivu Sub County, in Maracha district.

Maracha – Thousands of Faithfuls have, on Sunday, May 17, flocked Minako Village turning the site of suspected Virgin Mary apparition into a pavilion.

This follows an attestation from a resident that an Apparition of Virgin Mary occurred at the site in question.

The believers are flocking the village following fast-spreading wild news that the blessed Mary has appeared to a woman, in the village.

An incident that started on Saturday, May 2, with 42 years old Philister Lekuru, has now reached the ears of thousands of people.

An Avacado tree in the middle of Lekuru’s compound is the centre of attraction to the believers, claiming to see the image of the Virgin Mary.

Though, many people claim to have seen the apparition of Mary and her son Jesus Christ, Lekuru says she doesn’t know what happens our side.

“Am hearing from people that Mary is in the tree but I don’t know about it” Lekuru explains to RedPepper Digital in a recent interview at her home in Minako village.

According to Lekuru, she only interfaced with Mother Mary and Jesus Christ on Sunday, the second day of their visit to her home.

The woman, who is on 14 days lockdown and fasting reveals, she was directed to do so by the Virgin Mary in a bid to imitate the 40 days fasting of Jesus after his baptism.

Lekuru says, the Virgin Mother restricts her to stay indoors until she receives another instruction on the next step to take.

On the very Saturday when the incident happened, many claim seeing yellowish rings around the sun and that was the beginning of the pilgrimage.

Like many other pilgrims to the unknown phenomenon, this RedPepper Digital Correspondent tried his best to view the location but couldn’t see anything.

According to those claiming to have seen the apparition, Mary keeps turning her face around with half-open hands like one welcoming people home.

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