Bishop Cynthia Adu Boateng Crowned As Queen Mother In Kenya

Multi talented gospel songwriter singer, and performer, Bishop Cynthia Adu Boateng has been crowned the Queen mother (Nkosuo Hemaa) of “Pokomo Kingdom” in Kenya.

The enstoolment took place last saturday, 25th November 2023 at London with the Chief of Kenya.


HRH Queen Nana Asamoah Sekyi, Obaa Hemaa Gladys, Bishop Mary, Regina Opokuwaa, Don Markus, Pastor Chisoba, Prince Eze Agha Ufo, Mr Bill Boateng(Husband to Bishop Cynthia Adu Boateng) etc were some of the dignitaries invited to the ceremony.

Wearing a beautiful traditional cloth, Bishop Cynthia Adu Boateng looked absolutely beautiful and a true reflection of an African Queen.

Addressing the crowd, the “Wo Fata” singer, Bishop Cynthia Adu Boateng says

As kings, queens, ministers and leaders gathered here, I had no doubt that when my nomination was announced, you all in oneness prayed for me.

Today, I have been uplifted , I have experienced immense love and elevation in my spirit that you all gave and are still giving me your support especially the monarchy of Kenya.

I am assured that this, my Coronation, is not just about power and honour but a symbol of unity of Africa , Respect of our Ancestors who Established the kingdom, of hope and a better future.

We will together raise our own people to be privileged Africans across the continent. With hard work, we will together as a people preserve our rich heritage and culture not neglecting the social needs of the Community.

May i have the strength, wisdom, knowledge, resource and approval of all the people of Pokomo and Kenya who are in the land and all over the world throughout my years appointed by God to reign and serve you as your Queen.

Thank You”.

She took to her Facebook page and wrote;

Help me thank the Lord for such a great day like this… Congratulations to me. I am now a crowned QUEEN MOTHER

The bible says that, In time, Esther won the favor of King Xerxes, and he crowned her queen (Esther 2:17).

Thank you all for your support and prayers amen.”

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