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Type of document: News
Topic: Evaluation
Trafficking patterns
Geographic descriptors: Kenya
Language: English
Date of publication: 15 August 2004
Long Abstract: The evangelist at the centre of a storm over charges of baby trafficking between Kenya and the UK, yesterday issued a statement from his headquarters in London, denying the allegations. Archbishop Gilbert Deya said he was not "involved in trafficking of any sort". Condemning his accusers as "evil, satanic and abnormal", Pastor Deya said: "I refute the evil allegations against me of trafficking children from Kenya to the United Kingdom." Edith Edzedom, a follower of Archbishop Gilbert Deya, holds 10-week-old Joshua, one of the alleged miracle babies, when she and other members called at Nation Centre, Nairobi yesterday. He insisted that the "miracle babies" he claims to have produced for infertile and post menopausal women were "God's work". Said the pastor: "God has used me and there is no doubt that we are fulfilling the scripture of our generation."
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