Earlier this week, River of God Reverend Tony Kiamah was caught on camera saying that the newly sworn-in Public Service CS Aisha Jumwa practices witchcraft.
In the more than two minutes clip, Kiamah further blamed the church accusing members of the clergy of being pocketed by President William Ruto’s administration.
“Right now the head of Public Service in this country ni Mrogi na alikua interviewed na professionals in this Country, some of them in Parliament na wakapisha mrogi, Aisha Jumwa ni Mrogi ,there is evidence out there,” the man of God was heard saying.
But on Friday, November 11, the CS demanded an apology from the clergy who publicly referred to her as a witch.
Jumwa through her lawyer Danston Omari, Jumwa accused the pastor who is well known for his hard-hitting sermons of making false utterances on her client without any evidence to back up his claims.
Omari said the utterances not only lowered his client’s reputation but also showed that the man of God does not respect women.
“It’s clear you made various spurious averments touching on our client’s character and it can only be construed as reeking of malice since the same was not followed by any evidence,
“The above-spoken words by yourself are not only harsh to our client but also speak about your uncouth behavior and clearly portray you as a man who does not respect the women of this Country,” lawyer Danston Omari said in the demand letter.
Kivumbi.co.ke understands that in 2017, Aisha Jumwa was heard calling on witch doctors to bring out strong charms to make October 26, 2017, repeat presidential elections not happen.
“I call on the witches and wizards in the whole country. If possible let’s use our strongest charms on the 26th to bewitch all those who will come out to vote,” Jumwa was heard saying.