- Odero was invited by the Lutheran Church in East Africa Arusha for a three-day ministry.
- Two weeks ago, Odero held a mega crusade at the Jacaranda grounds.
The amended petition filed by Pastor Ezekiel Odero seeking to stop the state from interfering with his church ministry at Mavueni will now be heard on Wednesday next week.
The case was mentioned on Thursday before Mombasa deputy registrar who directed that the matter be mentioned next week before the judge.
In the amended petition, Odero through lawyer Danstan Omari has removed all the other prayers including the freezing of bank accounts and shutting down of his TV station, thus remaining with only the prayer for stopping the state from shutting down his church.
In the initial petition before it was amended, the pastor had asked for several prayers including unfreezing of his accounts and reopening of his TV station.
The two prayers have been overtaken by events, since his accounts were unfrozen by the magistrate’s court and the Communication Authority lifted the orders suspending his TV station from broadcasting.
This even as the pastor who has been traversing the country doing crusades left the country on Wednesday to preside over a three-day crusade in Tanzania.
Odero was invited by the Lutheran Church in East Africa Arusha for a three-day ministry at their church in Arusha from July 13 and 15.
In a letter seen by the Star, LCEA church wants the pastor to grace their seminar at their church in Arusha.
Two weeks ago, Odero held a mega crusade at the Jacaranda grounds where he said he is on missions to reach Kenyans all over the world with the message of Christ.
Odero, is who is still under investigations by the police, will still be reporting to the police once a month until the investigations are complete.