How the ‘Mighty Prophet Owuor’ Preyed on Late Saitoti’s Property, Stole the Swimming Pool Where he Baptized Raila

The late powerful Interior minister George Saitoti was not only extremely rich but also very generous if the new revelations are anything to go by.

Some of the Sh1.5 billion property that the yet to die at Jerusalem Prophet David Owuor is accused of taking over belonged to the late Prof. Saitoti.

Owuor who is facing an embattled family of one Jayne Muthoni yesterday told DCI officers that some of the property that Owuor and his church have taken was donated to their sister by the ex Vice President.

Muthoni was a close confidant of Saitoti for many years and at one point was his main lawyer. Saitoti was a multi-billionaire who owned many high-end properties in Nairobi.

The lawyer and bishop in Owuor’s church is reported to have handled many of Saitoti’s business transactions. He died in June 2012 when his chopper crashed in Ngong Forest.

Muthoni has a son and yesterday her family said she had denounced Owuor and asked for her property back.

Yesterday the DCI moved to probe claims that self-proclaimed prophet Owuor illegally seized control of a Sh1.5 billion estate in Nairobi.

The probe came a day after the family of Jayne Muthoni, a fabulously rich woman-turned-pauper, claimed the prophet was irregularly controlling her multi-billion-shilling properties.

After the family reported the case, DCI officers on Monday evening visited Muthoni’s Dove Court Apartments on upscale Rhapta Road and the leafy suburb of Riverside Drive, Westlands.

Yesterday Prophet Owuor’s Repentance and Holiness church fought off claims that Jayne Muthoni was financing Owuor’s splendid ministry.

In retaliation, at least 12 bishops from the ministry convened a press conference in Nairobi and denied the claims as “sheer blackmail of the prophet and the church”.

“What we have witnessed are calculated efforts to blackmail and soil the name of the prophet,” Bishop George Kayla said.

The bishops fumbled when they were asked to explain why the church failed to inform the family of her condition and why the ministry did not inform the family of Jayne’s decision to appoint a co-director.

“The decision was personal and we did not have any influence over that. The family was aware of her condition because even their mother and grandmother suffered from the same condition [memory lapse]”.

Muthoni’s family wants the DCI to investigate claims that the ‘man of God’ has been irregularly pocketing millions generated from the woman’s estate against her will.

The properties are said to be raking in more than Sh10 million a month in rent alone, a financial war-chest that the family alleges has afforded Owuor an extravagant lifestyle.

Muthoni’s relatives are accusing the prophet and senior bishops in his church of having coerced the woman to appoint Owuor’s follower, Lilly Njage, as a co-director in Shaba Investment Limited, the registered owner of the flats.

Yesterday, Alyce Macharia, Muthoni’s sister, said they handed over the ownership documents of all the properties their sister owned to the officers for investigations.

“We have handed over the documents. They are going to track where the money has been going to,” Alyce said.

Alyce claimed their sister owned luxury and high-end vehicles but they can’t be traced by the family.

It is alleged that the prophet moved into Muthoni’s palatial Riverside Drive home and forcibly turned it into his private office and nerve center of his church operations.

The home compound contains a swimming pool in which Owuor ‘dipped’ Raila in 2009. It is claimed that the Riverside home was at one point owned by George Saitoti.

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