Necessary evil: Evangelist on 30-day fast for paying bribe

A man holds Kenyan bank notes. The SEC said his scheme had raised more than $690 million. The Department of Justice said it began in 2015 and that $227 million put in by victims was yet to be repaid.

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What you need to know:

  • Area police boss Anthony Keter said he is not aware of this alleged corruption in his Makuyu station.
  • Central region coordinator Wilfred Nyagwanga has termed the disclosure as “disturbingly serious”.

A Presbyterian Church of East Africa (PCEA) evangelist in Murang’a County has announced commencement of 30 days of fasting, prayer and repentance after he paid a Sh2,000 bribe at the Makuyu Police Station.

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