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Type of document: News
Topic: Evaluation
Law enforcement
Trafficking patterns
Geographic descriptors: Kenya, United Kingdom
Language: English
Date of publication: 02 September 2004
Long Abstract: A controversial British preacher who claims to have helped infertile women conceive "miracle babies" has dismissed allegations that his church is fronting a child trafficking ring. The preacher's wife and four others appeared in a Kenyan court. Self-styled Archbishop Gilbert Deya, 52, who runs one of Britain's fastest growing Evangelical churches, said his wife had been "falsely accused" after she was charged with stealing a child from a hospital in Nairobi. He denounced suggestions that he is being investigated by detectives probing the smuggling of babies from Kenya into Britain. Church leaders and medical experts have aired fears that the "miracle babies" are stolen children.
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