Man in distress after a randy Bishop who presided over their wedding elopes with his wife


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Saturday, August 24, 2019- A middle aged man from Kiambu has accused a Bishop who presided over his wedding of snatching his wife.

The man identified as John Kanyua from Juja Farm in Kiambu, feels betrayed after the Bishop who blessed their union turned out to be the one to put them asunder.

The accused, a presiding Bishop at Joy Springs Church started making moves on the lady by fronting her as a pastor at his church.

The Lady identified as Leah Wambui started spending more time with the Bishop due to her new role in the church and romance soon blossomed.

At some point, the Bishop’s wife became uncomfortable with the development and even confronted Leah.

"I confronted Leah and threatened her not to play games with my husband. She looked innocent, and I gave in,” the Bishop's wife revealed.

“This is when I started questioning their friendship. I confronted Kanyua to keep his wife away from my husband, but he seemed blindfolded. My husband developed cold feet on his family and ran away to Leah in 2015,” she said.

All along, Kanyua watched helplessly as his marriage crumbled with the bishop frequenting his house and occasionally spending the whole day locked up with his wife.

However, it seems he has heard and seen enough and has declared war on the Bishop who is planning to marry Leah and has vowed to thwart the wedding.

“This is unacceptable and I wouldn’t sit back and watch someone take my family. If the government does not intervene, I will choose my ways.

"It has taken me a lot to grow the family all those years. I will not allow the wedding to continue. I can also seek legal redress," Kanyua stated.

Kanyua and Leah have been married for over 26 years and blessed with five children.

The Kenyan DAILY POST.

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