We will not stop accepting money from politicians, preachers vow

Members of the Kenya Christian Constiutional Forum Bishop Kepha Omae (left) and Bishop Justus Wanjala. Bishop Kepha Omae, presiding Bishop of Redeemed Gospel Church, said churches should not be blamed when they accept politicians’ contributions. PHOTO | FILE | NATION MEDIA GROUP

What you need to know:

  • Opposition leader Raila Odinga had hit out at corrupt leaders for turning churches into avenues of laundering money obtained illegally from public coffers.

  • Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka also cautioned clerics against accepting money suspected to be proceeds of corruption.

A section of evangelical preachers have vowed to continue accepting money from politicians.

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