Ghosts at wrangles- ridden Pentecostal Assemblies of God church are back on a haunting spree, Weekly Citizen is sad to report.
This time round, a faction of pastors numbering about 20, have sued two colleagues, board of trustees and executive caretaker committee.
According to court documents filed by city lawyer John Khaminwa, respondents in the case are pastors Nathan Ondego, James Ogendi and PAG Church.
Enjoined in the case are Attorney General, Retirement Benefits Authority, Registrar of Societies, and Inspector General of Police, Directorate of Criminal Investigations and Directorate of Public Prosecution.
Sources say, by including DCI, DPP and IG, the idea is to have the court direct the said officers prosecute those implicated.
The pastors in the petition want the court to stop Ondego, Ogendi, trustees, executive committee from managing church property. They want the respondents stopped from accessing Nyang’ori church headquarters offices and inciting PAG followers in Kibera church.
The respondents are accused of mismanaging the retirement scheme.
Fear is that the retirement scheme is on its deathbed and contributions running into millions of shillings unaccounted for.
They want PAG church accounts frozen. They blame former Vihiga governor Moses Akaranga for protecting Odengo and Ogendi. They want Akaranga to explain the whereabouts of Sh1 million donated by Uhuru Kenyatta during 2017 campaigns to the retirement kitty.