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Church lock-out: old man back in court


by Linekela Halwoodi
Courts

David Kukero (62) has been summoned to appear in court next year for locking out worshipers of St. Stephen Romania Apostolic Church of Africa on Ferdinand Menjengua Street.
Kukero who breached a court order that stopped him from locking out worshippers appeared in a Katutura Magistrate court last week.
The court heard that Kukero locked out the worshippers on 14 October and refused for five days to give them access until the police intervened.
He was arrested then and released on warning with stern orders not to repeat the same offence.
It’s not clear, however, how many times Kukero has been arrested for the same offence or when the court handed down an order.
The court asked him to return next year on 10 October.