Nakuru based Bishop says rival group is behind his woes
By Patrick Kibet
| August 5th 2016
A bishop facing defilement charges Thursday told the court that the accusations were instigated by his church's rival splinter group.
Bishop Daniel Lubanga, who was first charged in 2011 for defiling a 16-year-old girl poked holes in the Prosecution's case, saying the medical examination report produced in court did not show the minor was defiled.
Lubanga, who was a Bishop at Christ Chapel Church in Kaptembwo told the court that the allegations were raised after a fallout at the church.
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