A catholic church in Kisii have shocked many by rejecting ksh.100000 contribution from Dagoretti North Member of Parliament Simba Arati.
The Kisii Diocese leadership has returned the contribution to Arati.
Simba Arati has however denied recieving the money from the church leadership.Arati has criticised the church saying that it was wrong for the church to play politics.
He has revealed that he funded the contributions of most of the leaders who attended the church service and said that his contribution was more than ksh.100, 000.
He said that he gave money to most of the leaders present at the function and questioned why the church was only returning his ksh.100, 000 contribution and not the entire contribution which he said was around ksh. 300, 000.
The legislator has said that a section of Kisii politicians were using the local churches to frustarate their percieved opponents.
It has emerged that only Moses Wetangula and Chris Wamalwa were allowed to speak at the function.
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