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article imageKenyan pastor bans women from wearing underwear in church

By Justin King     Mar 4, 2014 in Odd News
Nairobi - A Kenyan pastor, Rev. Njohi, told his flock that women's undergarments are a hindrance to God entering their body and banned females from wearing them in "God's house."
Njohi, pastor of the Lord’s Propeller Redemption Church, has referred to women’s undergarments as “ungodly.” Apparently Njohi called together church elders and discussed the issue before making his announcement that women should go without bras or panties in church. He allegedly stated that people
need to be free in body and spirit in order to receive Christ.
According to a congregation member, all the female church-goers came without underwear to the service following the decision. Mothers were advised to check their daughters to make certain they were "prepared to receive Christ."
There was no prohibition against men’s underwear.
Reverend Njohi’s church is located in a polluted and impoverished eastern suburb of Nairobi. After the edict was made public, residents of the community forced a church leader to open the doors to Njohl's church, and stole money and a cellphone after vandalizing the interior of the building. It's unclear if the break-in was related to the underwear ban.
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