Residents of Kisumu, especially those near Mamboleo, see an increase in adrenaline when they attend the Coptic Holy Ghost Church, which is led by controversial preacher Father John Pesa.
photo courtesy ; the controversial church which is owned by father pesa
The church has a history of controversy, and its procedures continue to perplex many people.
Almost 100 rooms total, including offices, guest rooms, prayer rooms, and visitor rooms, make up the church.
Despite the fact that Pesa's church is one of the oldest and most well-known in the country, he is hardly ever seen during interreligious gatherings.
Photo courtesy; pastor pesa with president William during a past occasion
Several locals around the Pesa church link it to unexplained accidents along the Kanyakwar-Mamboleo Interchange.
Pastor Pesa claims that by the standards, he is the least rich religious authority of his stature because he does not have a bank account, any assets, a wife, children, or a mobile money account.
Like most others, he is unclear of his exact birthdate.
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