Prophet Owuor has been living a lavish lifestyle according to revelations by detectives investigating allegations that he has taken over properties belonging to a believer.
He has been summoned to appear today at Kabete police station for questioning by the DCI about allegations that he fraudulently obtained properties owned by ex-lawyer Jayne Muthoni, 62.
The family of Jayne went ahead to have her medically checked in a bid to find out what kind of drugs, if any, were used to weaken her memory and will.
According to documents seen from the ongoing investigations, Owuor a coterie of security, domestic workers and drivers who are pocketing millions of shillings monthly in salaries
Owuor has been using collections from ex-influential lawyer Jayne Muthoni’s lavish Dove Court apartments to pay at least 15 aides in Runda.
The staff — drivers, guards, housekeepers and gatekeepers —earn a combined monthly salary of Sh1 million.
Owuor has three drivers, the most junior pocketing Sh70,000 a month, the most senior Sh100,000. He has two security officers in his compound, one earning Sh100,000, the other Sh70,000.
Owuor has four housekeepers, three of them taking home Sh52,000 each per month and one earning Sh20, 000. He pays each of his gatekeepers Sh50,000 per month each.
Besides the awesome salaries, Owuor also pays Sh15,000 to each gatekeeper per month. Other staff get Sh10,000 each for rent outside the posh home.
Owour’s staff are among the most highly paid personal staff in Kenya.
It was also discovered that he owns 10 luxury cars that Muthoni’s family believes were bought using proceeds from their sister’s properties.
They include six Mercedes-Benz cars manufactured between 2004 and 2012 and a 2014 Range Rover valued at Sh4.9 million.
Muthoni, a bishop in Owuor’s church, was a lawyer to the powerful Vice President George Saitoti who is said to have bequeathed most of his properties to her.
She is one of the few multi-billionaires who abandoned their careers to support Owuor’s ministry.