REV NTOMBURA HANDED ANOTHER TERM AS THE PRESIDING PRESIDENT OF AFRICA METHODIST COUNCIL.

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Revered Joseph Ntombura with his lawyer Danstan Omari (center) and Kenya Methodist University (KEMU) Deputy Vice Chancellor Dr. Mary Kinoti addressing journalists at Methodist Resort and Conference Center./PHOTO BY IRENE ONYANGO.

BY SAM ALFAN.

Reverend Joseph Ntombura of Methodist Church of Kenya has been re-elected for the third term as the presiding President of Africa Methodist Council.

Rev Ntombura was re-elected by other bishops an election that was conducted at the Methodist Resort and Conference center in Keleleshwa.

The police provided security during the voting period after it emerged there was a plan to interrupt the process.

Other bishop who were elected are from Uganda and a British representative who will reside in Uganda.

The church’s lawyer Danstan Omari warned against plans to grab Kenya Methodist University land, properties and assets valued at over Sh400 billion by state officers and individuals.

Reverend Joseph Ntombura with lawyer Danstan Omari./PHOTO BY IRENE ONYANGO.

The lawyer said that he has instructions from the Church to move to court and recover the institution’s properties.

Last weekend, the leadership of the church protested against plans by wealthy Nairobi businessmen to irregularly acquire its assets.

Ntombura had also claimed that his life was in danger due to the institution’s position to ward off private developers salivating on the prime properties.

He disclosed that the property being targeted by wealthy investors with interest in the higher education sector includes KEMU Nairobi campus and Methodist Resort Centre, which are worth billions of shillings.

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