Three leaders of Pentecostal Church in Rwanda (ADEPR) have been arrested over mismanagement of the church resources.
The information has been confirmed to IGIHE by police spokesperson ACP Theos Badege.
“Three ADEPR leaders have been arrested including Eng. Sindayigaya Théophile, head of finance department, Gasana Valens and Mutuyemariya Christine in charge of board administration and finance. They are all arrested on account of mismanagement,” he said.
Recently, some Christians expressed disappointment over poor performance of ADEPR leadership including misuse of resources. The latter saw Christians forming an association dubbed “Komisiyo Nzahuratorero” translated as “Transformation commission” to voice their concerns.
The commission then released a statement written on behalf of ADEPR Christians who don’t support the current leadership.
The statement cited malpractices where Christians were required to raise funds for executing projects without getting proper accountability.
- Mutuyemariya Christine in charge of board administration and finance in ADEPR.