Most of us can testify what Reverend Timothy Njoya went through during the fight for multiparty liberation.
You could not imagine watching together with your family in your table room, the Man of God and the person at the helm of all PCEA Churches in Kenya being clobbered by more than 5 brutal policemen using the rungus outside a Cathedral.
Bishop Timothy Njoya is a theologian, human rights activist and a retired Presbyterian Church of East Africa Minister. Njoya holds Master’s and Doctor of Philosophy degrees from Princeton University.
This is unlike Raila who tells whoever wants to listen that he was beaten and electrocuted at the Nyayo dungeons – but we are not sure if it’s true!
Raila had no witnesses nor medical records that can confirm his torture yet his friends were hanged by the
so-called “use and damp system”.
Anyway, when I see Reverend Njoya talking, I take his laments seriously.
The Most Reverend has called for the state to punish the organisers of the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) launch at Bomas.
The esteemed Bishop has said through his Twitter handle that “it was wrong for the program to be organised to humiliate the elected Deputy President of the Republic of Kenya.