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“Alive and healthy,” says Pastor Paul Mugenti, fleeing “injustice.”

Reverend Paul Mugenti is alive. He briefly contacted his wife, who said he had not escaped justice, but he had escaped the victim’s injustice., Can we read on the page Facebook Paul Mukherjee of the Ministry.

The man continues to declare his innocence.

The [Paul Mukendi] He denies all other despicable acts he has been accused of. Any impartial judge will see these as false allegations. Under such circumstances, he refuses to be at the mercy of corrupt justice. He continued to declare his innocence loudly and clearly, The message ends.

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The post was made on Friday afternoon on the Facebook page of the Ministry of Paul Mugenti.

Photo: Screenshot – Facebook

Earlier in the day, another post on the same social network pointed out that he could not be found. Worshipers also said they feared he might have been abducted. Quebec police have been informed that he is missing.

News The Reverend is nowhere to be found. We believe he was abducted. We are afraid, pray Posted on the same page on Thursday Facebook. It garnered thousands of comments.

The Facebook post, on the Paul Mugenti ministry page, says there:

Facebook post on Paul Mukherjee Ministry page

Photo: Screenshot – Facebook / Ministry Paul Mukendi

Not wanting to give further details, Quebec Police Force spokesman tienne Doyon confirms that a report has been prepared and tests should be carried out.

The appeal was dismissed

Paul Mugenti, who was sentenced to 8 years in prison for sexually and physically abusing a teenage girl, appeals Rejected Monday morning. He is due to surrender to jail authorities at 3pm on Friday to serve his sentence.

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On June 29, 2019, the Reverend Church of the Church in the Venezuelan metropolitan area of ​​Quebec City was found guilty of nine counts of sexual assault, assault and death threats.

The complainant was 14 years old at the time of the facts.

Mukherjee appealed against the verdict, arguing that the judge had made mistakes in the law.

The Court of Appeal rejected his arguments. The 44-year-old said earlier this week that his lawyers should go to the Supreme Court.