Atheist in Kenya unhappy with PEFA church, threaten to Sue

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Atheists in Kenya have threatened to sue the Pentecostal Evangelical Faith Assemblies (PEFA) church after it ignored its letters.

According to AIK, PEFA church has ignored earlier pleas and wrote a second letter to the church.

In a letter by the Atheists In Kenya president Harrison Mumia, they accuse PEFA church in Saika, Kangundo Road of noise pollution.

Mumia said the church between Kwa Miti and Stage 18 was causing noise pollution especially during Friday Night Keshas and Sunday morning services.

“The loud noise that emanates from your church is intolerable to a lot of residents living near the church,” said Mumia.


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The president said they raised a similar complaint in January last year which was ignored by the church.

“We would like to remind you that you are in violation of the noise pollution law in kenya,” the president explained.

The society given the church 14 day to act on their letter failure to which they will institute legal actions against the church.

“The atheists have given the church a 14-day ultimatum to reduce the noise, or else they will take legal action on behalf of the complainants,” they said.

AIK addressed the letter to PEFA Church Country resident Bishop John Okinda and Pastor Alex Wanyonyi.

They copied the letter to the National Council of Churches of Kenya (NCCK) alongside the National Environment Management Authority (NEMA).

They also tagged the Nairobi Metropolitan Services (NMS).


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