Kafue Pastor in group sex with ‘believers’

 

…‘pastor’ had group sex with 3 church members at once
By NOMSA NKANA
What was started as a house of God in Kafue has assumed a new bizzare meaning following the pastor’s decision to ‘preach’ group sex instead of holiness.
The development has infuriated the flock of the House of Faith, who have since lost faith in their chief pastor identified as Shaibu Chilimina.
They have since decided to take the matter to the Registrar of Societies office for guidance as the number of “bizzare” churches and pastors appears to rise in Lusaka especially.
In this latest case, the self-styled pastor Chilimina has been accused of engaging in “group sex” with some church members-mostly young ladies-who have now decided to leave his church and lodge a complaint for government action.
The members, who converged at the Registrar’s office to register their grievances, comprised some church leaders who wanted their names withdrawn as church signatories citing “sexual misconduct and financial mismanagement among other alleged crimes”.
In an interview with the Sunday Mail, two former church members and close friends, Tina Jere and Natalia Phiri, said the ‘Man of God’ had duped them into having intimate sexual relations with him simultaneously.
Both Ms Jere and Ms Phiri further said pastor Chilimina also asked them to engage in group sex.
Ms Jere, a former church treasurer, said when ‘sleek’ Shaibu was having an affair with her, he did not tell her that he was having another affair with her friend Phiri and several other women within the church.
“He gave me the impression I was the only one he loved only to discover I was being deceived,” she said.
She said she only came to know about the other women when they all met with Chilimina, who told them to have an orgy with him.
Phiri revealed that she participated in group sex with the pastor some two years ago with Chilimina being the sole male participant in the orgy.
“We were three ladies and pastor Chilimina in the group,” she said as it remains unclear whether group sex is a criminal offence in Zambia.
And the flamboyant and dandy Chilimina, who drives a Toyota Prado 4×4, admitted to seducing and having group sex with the church members adding that the sex occurred before he registered the church.
“Yes I did [orgy] but that was then,” Chilimina said. “I have since undergone deliverance and stopped all that now…I have had a new start.”
The charming and smart-looking pastor—with clean cut features—accused the members who leveled allegations against him of being ‘sour grapes’ for reporting the orgies now when they should have left the church in the past according to him.
Chilimina said the complainants do not even go to House of Faith Church International anymore and is hoping Registrar Kakoma Kanganja’s office will not wake up the proverbial sleeping dogs.
He says he left the orgies in Lusaka and is no longer doing them in Kafue, where he has been for about a year and half now.
The victims said he did not ask for forgiveness from them for subjecting them to humiliating group sex.
Chilimina believes the complaints from his victims are as a result of “jealousy” because of the prosperity he is enjoying through God’s blessings.
The unmarried pastor, whom some church flock are now calling an ‘impostor’, says that some disgruntled former church leaders may have “sold him” out to the registrar of societies.
“Just when I was picking myself up, these accusations of things [orgies] I did in the past have followed me but am at peace because they’ve come at a time when I’m clean,” he said.
The pastor out of frustration threatened to abandon his 350 church members and shut the church owing to the allegations.
Meanwhile, Acting Chief Registrar of Societies Kakoma Kanganja has issued House of Faith Church International Kafue with a Notice of Intention to Cancel Registration of Society.
Mr Kanganja has served the church with 21 days notice of his intention to de-register the organisation on grounds of engaging in illegal activities.
Two weeks ago, the Sunday Mail exposed the Mutima Walowa Uwamakumbi church ,which also had been rocked by some bizzare sex scandals and was cautioned by Kanganja’s office.
Mr Kanganja has vowed to take the latest “orgy” matter up with the police and seek their guidance on whether the flamboyant pastor can be charged with a crime or not.
And assistant Police public relations officer Esther Katongo said Chilimina has been warned and cautioned following allegations of sexual abuse of church members.
She said complaints of alleged sexual activites were lodged to the police by former leaders who were incensed that Chilimina had continued with this behaviour.
Ms Katongo who said the alleged sexual incidents happened between 2010 and 2011, also said they took place in Lusaka before Chilimina relocated to Kafue,where the church now stands.
“The pastor also appeared before police though the victims of abuse did not come,” she said.
She also said had the victims reported to police, Chilimina would have been charged with rape.

Daily Mail

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