Preacher Ronald Nakalila Wanyama, also recognized as Nabii Yohana, has received a summons to appear before the Bungoma Police Commander on June 2.
The 83-year-old clergyman oversees the Church for All Nations in Kanduyi, Bungoma. He has gained media attention in the past, including for his claims about unveiling a personal bible and introducing a new currency.
Bungoma County Police Commander, Franci Kooli, has stated that the preacher will be interrogated regarding the operations of his church.
Kooli mentioned that the preacher, who has 42 wives and 289 children, is under investigation for his alleged controversial teachings.
The preacher is renowned for various things, including a 93-book bible that he reportedly authored and uses for preaching at his ministry.
He is also said to have created his own set of commandments, reducing the original ten commandments given by Moses in the Bible to 8.
In early May, the police in Bungoma summoned preacher Eliud Wekesa, popularly known as Yesu wa Tongaren.
These summonses are part of an investigation into the registration status of churches in the region and whether they adhere to legal doctrines in their teachings.