Methodist Church moves to court over properties and leadership dispiutes.

Methodist Church has moved to court and filed an application before the court seeking orders to stop

the retired Bishops from alleged illegally taking over the management of the Church properties.

The church has undergone various challenges over its, management.

The current leadership is under pressure to surrender the church properties to former leadership

gangs for sale to the highest bidder.

Several attacks bordering on criminal nature have been instigated against the

the current leadership of the Church is led by the Presiding Bishop, Joseph

Ntombura who at one time escaped death narrowly, following the alleged assassin’s

storming the said premise at the center of the storm, taking everybody hostage

and inquiring on the whereabouts of the Bishop in charge, with a mission that he

surrenders the properties of the church to alleged old retired Bishops who are

well known and a complaint was reported at the nearby Police Station.

The presiding Bishop of Methodist Church

in Kenya Bishop Joseph Ntombura instructed a Constitutional lawyer,

Danstan Omari to file an application before High Court seeking orders to stop

the retired Bishops from illegally taking over the management of the Church

properties.

While addressing members of the Fourth Estate. Bishop Joseph appealed to the

State to offer him security since his life is in danger, for being firm

against the illegal takeover of the management of the Church properties

including KEMU University.

It is alleged that the greedy and old retired Bishops who are

against the Church holding an annual general meeting, through their private

arrangements allegedly received an offer from local universities in the Country to

sell Methodist Church Properties to the said University at a cost of over one

billion .

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