A UK pastor already facing extradition to his native Kenya to face charges of child stealing and trafficking — allegedly to provide infertile women in his church with ‘miracle babies’ — is facing more legal trouble.
Self-proclaimed archbishop Gilbert Deya has been placed in custody on charges of rape, attempted rape, and inappropriate touching.
, the self-proclaimed archbishop who claimed he could give infertile couples a “miracle baby
,” has lost his fight against extradition from England to his native Kenya.
The country wants to try him on child trafficking charges.
Paul Otieno Deya, the nephew of “miracle babies” preacher Gilbert Deya
, has been jailed for life for killing his young son in south-east London after accusing his wife of adultery.
The wife of controversial UK-based televangelist Gilbert Deya
has been jailed for three years for stealing a baby at Kenyatta National Hospital in Nairobi, Kenya.
A self-styled archbishop who claimed he could give infertile couples ‘miracle babies’ is still living and working in the UK despite his extradition to Kenya being ordered three years ago.
The Home Office has said it is still considering representations from Gilbert Deya
‘s solicitors that sending him to Kenya would breach his human rights.
Police are investigating allegations of serious abuse of a five-year-old victim of child trafficking while he was in the care of Haringey, the London council that failed to prevent the death of Baby P.
The boy had been snatched from his home in Africa and presented to a follower of Gilbert Deya
, a self-styled archbishop who claimed to be able to cure infertility through prayer. Once the child was in the UK, the follower adopted the boy – known as Child C – as a “miracle baby
“. He was seized by police and since 2003 has been passed between six different sets of carers. Deya faces extradition
to Kenya, where he is wanted on child abduction charges.
A controversial pastor who claimed he could give infertile couples “miracle babies
” is a step closer to extradition on child abduction charges.
Two High Court judges have refused to give Gilbert Deya
permission to appeal to the House of Lords against the order to extradite him to Kenya.
Controversial pastor Gilbert Deya, who claimed he could give infertile couples “miracle babies”, has failed in a bid to avoid extradition to Kenya on child abduction charges.
Two High Court judges have rejected Gilbert Deya’s appeal against the order to extradite him.
The High Court on Thursday allowed Mary Deya the wife of Televangelist Bishop Gilbert Deya to appeal against a two year sentence for the offense of child trafficking.
Home secretary Jacqui Smith has ordered that a South London evangelical preacher be extradited to Kenya over an alleged “miracle babies” scam.
A pastor who has been ordered repatriated to Kenya to face child trafficking charges plans to cite the deteriorating political situation at home in his appeal against a UK court’s ruling.
Home secretary Jacqui Smith has ordered the extradition of a controversial Kenyan pastor who claims he has the power to give infertile couples ‘miracle babies.’
The cleric, who leads a large Pentecostal church in the UK, told the Saturday Nation he had no intention of giving up his fight against extradition proceedings to Kenya.
Gilbert Deya, who claimed he could help infertile couples have ‘miracle babies’ through the power of prayer, has been warned that he is one step closer to being extradited to Kenya on five child kidnap charges.
Kenyan police say Gilbert Deya Ministries is an international child trafficking ring. A British family court judge agreed, saying infertile couples and congregation members were “deceived” by Mr Deya and that he was motivated by “the most base of human avarices: financial greed”.
A UK court has ordered the extradition of a Kenyan pastor who claims he can give infertile couples “miracle babies”.
The Government is awaiting a ruling by a high court in the united Kingdom to have Bishop Gilbert Deya extradited to Kenya to face charges of “Miracle Babies” and trafficking of children. Government spokesman Dr. Alfred Mutua said in his weekly briefing on Thursday that once extradited, Deya will face charges of child smuggling among […]
A woman desperate to have a child was “assaulted” in order to make her believe she had conceived a “miracle baby”, a court heard. Gilbert Deya, an evangelical preacher who runs an international ministry from Peckham, is facing extradition to Kenya for stealing five children and attempting to pass them off as his own.
Self-styled archbishop Gilbert Deya will on Thursday know whether or not he has to return to Kenya to face trial on counts of baby-trafficking.