Four potential burial sites were uncovered at Father Pesa’s church in Kisumu.
On Friday, personnel from the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions conducted a surprise operation at Father John Pesa’s Coptic Church in Kisumu. Allegedly, during the operation, they came across four burial sites within the church premises. Officials from the Director of Public Prosecutions’ office indicated that there might be additional burial grounds on the property. In response to inquiries about the discovered graveyards, Father Pesa commented, “Some sisters who selflessly served the church might have been laid to rest here. It’s possible that their remains could eventually be returned to their families’ homes.”
This is not the first time the controversial preachers has had DPP officials on his neck. Last month several people suspected to be mentally ill were rescued from his church.
The rescue operation which was led by the Senate Ad-Hoc Committee on the Proliferation of Religious Organizations found the people allegedly chained and locked up inside the Coptic Holy Ghost Church said to be owned by the preacher.