Few hours ago AIPCA church exposed pastor Ben Kiengei giving the reason they sent him away from the church. According to them, Kiengei wanted to become the bishop of AIPCA which could not have happened overnight and he threatened to leave if he would not be ordained.
One hour ago Kiengei has posted on his Facebook page giving his side of the story where he denied the claims. Kiengei said he is now in his ministry and if he wanted to become a bishop it could have happened the same day he began the church but there is a spiritual procedure to became one.
He added that in AIPCA you have to rise from pastor to archdeacon and finally to bishop and he still had some ranks to undergo before being the bishop they are claiming he wanted to be. He made it clear that it's only AIPCA Kibia memorial cathedral who can explain well what happened and why he was disappointed by AIPCA church.
He also exposed that senior pastors of the church talked behind his back after he bought new church machines and he started building a school where they planned to transfer him before he would holds his ground in the church. He has warned the church to leave him alone because he is not ready for a fight with them and to stop bringing down men if God.
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