Sharing is caring!Facebook9Twitter0Google+0Pinterest0 A Catholic priest is at the centre of damning accusations including that of breaking marr...
A Catholic priest is at the centre of damning accusations including that of breaking marriages.
According to his sister, Okello sleeps with several women including nuns
In a recording which allegedly captures the voice of Fr Steven Okello elder sister, the clergyman serving in Siaya county appears to be a serial philanderer.
Okello’s sister who confesses to have ditched working at the church as a nun narrates the priest’s escapades in his compound with several women and even men.
The sister divulges that Okello and other priests could be demon-possessed. She says that his brother who is almost 60 asks her to prepare the bed for visitors after which she washes the bedding including those soiled.
“I found him with a sister, he does nasty things in that house……..I wash his sheets and he does not even spare women during their periods,” she said adding that she left the convent as she could not put up with the immorality in there.
The sister believes that Okello could be bewitched or is mentally unstable since he was a different person a decade ago.
When Tuko.co.ke sought Fr Okello’s side of the story, he asserted that he was aware of the recording and confirmed that indeed the voice was his sister’s.
However, the priest who is also a full-time lecturer at Catholic University of East Africa, stated that the saga happened in 2014 but it was a case of blackmail.
“The recording was done under duress, that is my sister who was threatened that if she doesn’t do that kind of recording the man would kill me,” Fr Okello narrated adding that the blackmailer had approached the Nation Media Group which later came to him but allegedly aborted after realising that the blackmailer was phony.
The priest promised to support his story with a police statement including the OB number used when he allegedly reported the matter to the police in Siaya. He could, however, not avail the evidence as at press time.