A randy cabinet minister has been blamed for the tribulations afflicting members of the Finger of God and party officials of the Placenta party, Weekly Citizen has established. A source close to Quincy and Esther, and who spoke on condition of anonymity told weekly Citizen that a cabinet minister who had developed an interest in the TV anchor, and who was grossly agitated that she had turned down his advances prompted the immigration troubles Esther’s new husband has been going through. According to the source, the cabinet minister is said to have even issued instructions that Quincy disown Esther in exchange for the withdrawal of a case and his freedom.
The minister from Nyanza had banked on the possible deportation of Quincy Timberlake for his mission to be complete only to be disappointed when the case dragged on in the courts. He is then said to have introduced politics and sought the intervention of some higher political authority after which the church was branded a sect, their house raided and family members arrested. The group members were later taken to court after efforts to isolate Esther from the rest of the members became fruitless. The plot even involved prevailing upon the parents of the TV anchor and her close associates to put pressure on her to relent. The cabinet minister is a known philanderer with concubines and mistresses cutting across both the political and tribal barriers.
Weekly Citizen which has been conducting its own investigations discovered that Timberlake is a Luo originating from Rongo District. It also met and talked to Timberlake’s part of family including his mother.
Another case in court is one which the government is charging Timberlake of importing lots of cars and money for political purposes from a powerful wealthy American businessman Matthew Perrot who has since bought him a helicopter for 2012 politics. Perrot is a brother to billionaire businessman Ross Perrot who ran for White House twice. Former Republican Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin also confirmed to Weekly Citizen that she had already invited Deputy Presidential candidate Esther Timberlake to her Wasilla home in Alaska, she also promised to support her political campaign finances come 2011.
Kenyans should know that Timberlakes’ were victimised by Raila Odinga and his cronies while he actually is a registered Kenyan by birth and the State should release his £ 647,890.75 which they froze earlier this year.
Another case in which the finger of God church is accused of operating as a religious cult failed to proceed on Thursday last week after it emerged that the Attorney general had requested the case file for review. The finger of god trio of Esther Arunga, Quincy Timberlake and Helon Joseph had been accused of holding illegal religious proceedings at a house in Runda, allegations the group has since denied. The group has ever maintained that they congregate under a registered church. Another case that was put forward was one in which the government is contesting the citizenship of a member of the Finger of God church and Placenta Party chairman, Quincy Timberlake. Timberlake’s citizenship became a matter of national concern early this year when news broke of her relationship with former TV anchor, Esther Arunga. The two have since married.
The Finger of God members, who also double as the leading lights in the Placenta Party have lately been in the news as a party to the formation of a new post referendum outfit, the Reds Conservative party. According to a source close to the Reds movement, plans are already afoot to embark on a countrywide series of harmonisation rallies beginning with Tononoka in Mombasa on a date to be announced soon. A source close to the deputy ODM party leader and minister for higher education William Ruto confirmed that the defacto leader of the Reds brigade held talks with members of the Placenta party, although the details of the meeting have remained under lock and key. Others who are alleged to have met the group include the Vice President and ODM-Kenya party leader Kalonzo Musyoka and two other cabinet ministers in the Yes camp who have requested to remain anonymous in the meantime.
Although the agenda of their meetings is not known yet, multiple sources close to both parties have indicated that in spite of the name Placenta party, the group could be useful in harnessing the youth ahead of 2012. Before the group came to the controversial limelight early this year, the Finger of God had already managed to bring together leading artistes in the country, with Helon already acting as chaplain and spiritual advisor to a leading media group. Very many big names in the entertainment industry featured along with the news of the Finger of God with the members admitting that they are indeed in command of a huge chunk of the youth of this country away from the media and entertainment. The Placenta party leaders claim to be in command of close to 1.8 million youth between the age bracket of 18 and 45 with the majority being in the Rift Valley.
The trio has also dismissed media speculation that they could be running broke, saying that every company has a right to advertise its goods and services. A columnist in a local paper had wondered whether their quest for entertainment clients was a sign that they were running under. They cited the many bill boards posted by big companies even when they are making billions of shillings in profits. “Those who said that should have attended our court session to hear the prosecution asking where we got the money to import the four Range rovers they impounded,” they said, adding that it is only recently that Quincy completed paying the instalments for a Ksh76 million home for Esther in Kitisuru. The group called on all talented youth to take advantage of their prowess and further themselves beyond the bounds of evil speculation propagated by the media.