A catholic cleric in Bomet County was forced to stop a meeting that was supposed to happen this Sunday. According to Nation, Father Ambrose Kimutai was summoned by Bomet East security team on Friday for question. Father Kimutai is in charge of Tegat parish was grilled over a meeting that was to take place on Sunday, said an anonymous source.
Due to this, Bishop Alfred Rotich in charge of Kericho Catholic Diocese halted his visit to the place. During a presser at Longisa, Kimutai said that he was summoned by the officialas because of the mass where he was ordered to stop it because of covid-19. He appeared before a security team chaired by Bomet East sub-county deputy county commissioner Joash Abongo and sub-county police commander Francis Gikeri.
Nation further reveals that Kimutai had been toldf to allow only 100 people in the event but member of the security committee told Nation that the event was cancelled after learning that politicians in the region would attend.
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