Wednesday, June 27, 2012
Kenyan Anglican Bishops Accused of Corruption
Some Anglican bishops in the country have come under fire from their flock over corruption in the church, the Star learnt yesterday.
Workers within the church headed by Archbishop Eliud Wabukala claimed that some of the 46 bishops had used church funds to enrich themselves and ignored the welfare of their juniors. There have been accusations that some of the clergy, who control massive sums of cash, have purchased personal vehicles using church resources.
Sources within the church identified bishops in Nyanza, Western and Rift Valley alleged to have made such purchases in the last one year. One source told the Star: most of the dioceses do not comply with the ACK constitution, government legislation and income tax requirements, adding that there is need to probe and ensure that all bishops pay taxes because they earn salaries and responsibility allowances.
Posted by Robin G. Jordan at 11:54 AM