UDA Women rep and Nairobi Senator aspirant Millicent Omanga has met another challenge after a famous USA pastor exposed her.
According to the American pastor, he had rented a house at Nyamataro Apartment owned by Omanga in January. According to their agreement, the man of God paid sh56000 including a deposit worth sh28000 and a one month rent.
The pastor who is known as David Smittkamp is married to a Kenyan woman and they both occupied the apartment for two months from January to March.
However, when he needed to vacate the house so as to travel back to the US, the caretaker confirmed since the house was in good condition, he would be refunded his deposit by April 15th.
However, by the agreed date, the money had not hit his account which led to him questioning further. The caretaker however, told him that the owner, Omanga had not yet sent him the deposit.
The American Pastor accused the senator of conning him despite the politician holding a high position in government.
In response, Omanga said she does not recall such a matter urging the preacher to contact the apartments agents who will then handle the matter.
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