We Are the Rightful Owners of the Pentecostal Holiness Plot-Church Leaders

The Ownership of a two-acre piece of land estimated at Millions of shillings In Shauri Moyo estate, on the outskirts of Eldoret town continues to draw mixed reactions, Pentecostal Holiness Church leaders have come out gun blazing defending their church from grabbers.

They said the piece of land was bought by the church and belongs to them.

“We are here with leaders of Pentecostal holiness Shauri and we want to assure the people of Shauri and church members that plot No 17997 it the plot belongs to the church which we bought in 1999 and in 2005 we got the allotment from the National government and later,” said Rev Stephen Njehia.

“ We want to assure the People of Shauri and our neighbors that the plot belongs to the church and the ongoing development is done by the church and there is no person whatsoever who has them to question the church’s development projects.” he added.

He says the church intends to build a polytechnic on the said piece of Land.

“We are not fighting anyone but the piece of land belongs to Pentecostal Holiness Church and its bad for someone to grab the church’s property which you can be cursed,” said Nahashon Njenga, secretary general of Pentecostal Holiness Church.

“We want to thank the CEC Land for intervening in the same and we pray that he speed to speed up the process for us to continue with our church’s project. We also warn Kenyans against purchasing the said piece of land since no one has authority to sell the piece of land whatsoever,” Bishop Daniel Kwatua said.

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