In Summary
  • State House has been leading the dialogue amongst the three archbishops Julius Njoroge, Samson Muthuri and Fredrick Wang’ombe who have been embroiled in leadership wrangles for two years.

The troubled leadership of the African Independent Pentecostal Church of Africa is heading to court after peace talks led by State House failed for the third time.

According to an archbishop who leads one of the three factions of AIPCA, the talks failed after some of the parties snubbed the meeting.

Archbishop Julius Njoroge said the talks have been going on for six months but have not borne fruit as factions have been employing delay tactics to stall dialogue.

State House has been leading the dialogue amongst the three archbishops Julius Njoroge, Samson Muthuri and Fredrick Wang’ombe who have been embroiled in leadership wrangles for two years.

According to Archbishop Njoroge, the State House appointed retired bishops Lewis Emathew and Peter Njenga from Methodist Church and the Anglican Church respectively and the State House comptroller who was appointed by President Uhuru Kenyatta to spearhead the reconciliation process.

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