Controversial cleric Paster T Mwangi now says Catholic Bishops should come out to condemn the ‘priests’ seen dedicating the new Quiver lounge in Kenol.
While terming the video as shameful, Pst T claimed that the actions were not in line with Christian ethics saying they had gone overboard.
"Shame! I hope the Catholic Bishop clergy will come out to condemn such actions and activity because it's not in line with our biblical ethics and doctrine.
"This club(Quiver) will be a base of immorality, marriages will end here, pregnancies will be conceived here and aborted at the same time, destinies will be aborted here hence the trade is not in line with our ethics. Jesus interacted with sinners but Jesus never blessed sin. Soon we will dedicate drugs warehouses and brothels in the name of a business. Hii nayo ni apana."
Further, the cleric said the act should sound serve as an alarm of crisis to believers.
"In a country where 70% are youth, where we are opening mega clubs and closing mega-churches, it should act as an alarm of crisis. Christianity is becoming irrelevant to the youths and incoming generations because the tenet and values of our faith are being diluted by the very custodian," he wrote.
This follows a viral video shared on Friday, November 11, 2022, where some people in clergy attire springing holy water on the premises as another member of the clergy holds a basin for him sparking controversy.
Quiver has been in the spotlight for controversy. The most recent incident was in July 2021, when one person lost his life after a shooting incident at one of the club's lounges situated along Thika Road.
In the fatal incident, a police officer was admitted to Nairobi Hospital in critical condition after being shot by his colleague in a confrontation that is said to have involved a woman.
Constable Festus Musyoka Kavuthi, who was a DCI officer attached to Starehe Police Station, was shot in the neck by his friend Lawrence Muturi.
Muturi was a police constable attached to Kasarani Police Station. At the time, the drama began when Muturi came across his Starehe colleague with a woman, leading to the shooting.
Musyoka was the first to shoot his colleague in the hand leaving him with injuries.
In retaliation, Muturi pulled his pistol and shot Musyoka in the neck and accidentally shot the woman identified as Felista Nzisa in the abdomen.
The lady and Musyoka were immediately rushed to Nehema Uhai Hospital for first aid services. Musyoka was later referred to Nairobi Hospital for specialized care.
Muturi, on the other hand, took himself to Radiant Hospital where he was treated and discharged in fair condition.