The atheist community in Kenya has threatened to sue the Nairobi-based Pentecostal Evangelistic Fellowship of Africa (PEFA) for what it calls “noise pollution.”
The company found that it had received numerous complaints that a church in Saika, along Kangundo Road, caused a stir Sunday morning and Friday evening during Keshas.
In a letter dated Saturday, January 15, the organization’s president, Harrison Mumia, paid the church 14 days to reduce noise or take legal action.
“The loud noise from the PEFA church is unbearable for many residents living nearby,” reads the letter to Bishop John Okinda and Pastor Alex Wanyonyi.
Mumia added that the complainants should not be atheists but Kenyans whose peace has been disrupted by the church.