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PHOTO: Wife catches popular bishop having sex with househelp

21 August 2016, 14:09

Nairobi - A popular bishop has been caught red-handed cheating on his wife after she accused him of  having sexual relationship with their househelp.

The suspicious wife set a trap and installed a CCTV camera to trap the duo.

The two were captured sitting and playing love in the room.

According to The Nairobian, Irene Kavata, the wife of Bishop Jonathan Musyoki Muthoka of Jesus Liberation Ministry International, claims the man of God has been sleeping in their marital bed with the girl whom he had brought as a house help in their Savannah estate home in Nairobi. 

The infidelity forced the wife to separate for a month with the bishop, who also works as a sales manager for a telecommunications firm. Kavata has since moved to court seeking maintenance and upkeep payments for their children.

In the court documents, Kavata, claimed the house girl in question is almost the age of their daughter who is barely 18, making their sexual escapades in the same house a taboo, reports NewsDay.

She revealed further that the househelp was in the habit of sneaking to their matrimonial bed for sex each time as she leaves her house very early in the morning for work.

“Whenever I left them alone in the sitting room, I would hear funny moans that forced me to start peeping and watch them having sex on the couch,”

“It is then that I decided to seek help from a CCTV technician who assisted me to fix the cameras. 



- News 24


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