Leaders are currently known for luring the church with huge amounts of money for them to be elected into various political positions in the coming general elections.
Mr Arati however said that he had not received the money and described the move as unfortunate, noting that it is wrong for the church to play politics.
According to the MP, he contributed more than Sh100,000 to the church and also funded the contributions of some of the top leaders who attended the church service.
"I gave out money to several leaders in the church. Why then are they claiming to have returned part of the money? Why are they not returning the rest, which amounts to more than Sh300,000," the MP said.
The politician on his side believed that a section of the church leadership was being used by some politicians from Gusii to frustrate their opponents.
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