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Kenyan pastor seeks court intervention

Posted by Administrator on October 31, 2011

Pastor Thomas Wahome Njuguna of the helicopter ministries now wants the high court to order a DNA test conducted on his alleged three
children.

In the suit the pastor is seeking to have the custody of the children on grounds that the wife Leah Kasyoka is not financially capable to cater for their needs. The matter will be heard on the 11TH of next month.

On 31st March this year pastor Thomas Wahome well known as pastor Helicopter filed a petition seeking court intervention.

Helicopter ministries pastor wanted the court to grant him orders to have the custody, care and control of his two children on grounds that his wife Leah has neglect them.

The pastor in his affidavit admits that he moved from the matrimonial home after their marriage being irreconcilable.

Leah says that the pastor has abandoned them and has married another wife even without a divorce.

She argues that the application to have a DNA test on their children is in bad faith arguing that she has been faithful to her husband.

And at the chief magistrate court, Abednego Oyiengo Omukuba was charged with abusing a seven year old girl alleged to be his daughter.

He is alleged to have committed the act on the 12th of January this year along Kirinyaga Road in Nairobi. He however pleaded not guilty and was released on a cash bail of 150,000 Shillings pending hearing on the 26th of January next year.

Finally the high court will on the 7th of next month rule on a case challenging the legality of special prosecutor Patrick Kiage.

Tinderet Mp Henry Kosgey moved to the court on grounds that Kiage appointment was not gazette as required by the law.

Kiage is prosecuting the case in which Kosgey is charged with abuse of office. The case was put on hold to await the ruling pending at the high court.

In othernews,suspended high court judge Juma Chitembwe is breathing a sigh of relief after the anti-corruption court cleared him of corruption charges.

Chitembwe was cleared alongside former NSSF managing trustee Rachel Lumbasyo over the 1.2 billion shillings corruption allegation at the workers umbrella pension scheme.

The two, suspended High Court judge Juma Chitembwe and former NSSF managing trustee Rachel Lumbasyo were acquitted of fraud charges totaling to Sh1.2 billion shillings.

Anti-corruption magistrate Lucy Nyambura ruled that the two have no case to answer since the prosecution did not prove their case beyond reasonable doubt to warrant the court to put them on their defense.

The prosecution closed its case after calling 36 witnesses who testified against the accused persons.

Chitembwe and Lumbasyo had been accused of causing five parcels of land owned by the pension scheme to be transferred and registered to Delta Resources Ltd.

The registration and transfer was allegedly done without payment of the balance of the purchase price of Sh1.2 billion to NSSF contrary to a directive by the fund’s board.

Source: http://www.kbc.co.ke/news.asp?nid=73245

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