‘Miracle babies’ pastor extradited to Kenya to face child-trafficking charges

Gilbert Deya a Kenyan televangelist has been extradited to Kenya from Britain on Friday to face charges for allegedly stealing children and presenting them as “miracle babies” born due to prayer.The evil act was first unveiled in 2004 when it was revealed that Deya and his wife Mary claimed their prayers make infertile and post-menopausal women get pregnant in four months without intercourse.
It turned out the “miracle babies” were allegedly stolen, mainly from Nairobi’s Pumwani Maternity Hospital.

Police reveals that Kenya plans to charge Deya with five counts of abducting children aged between 12 months and four-and-a-half years. The kids were said to have been kidnapped between 1999 and 2004 in Kenya.

Deya’s wife is already serving a three-year jail term on similar charges. Deya’s extradition was first ordered in 2007, after he exhausted all avenues of appeal.

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