Pastor Deya deported

The controversial pastor has been a wanted man in Kenya.

The evangelist was deported by the United Kingdom Government to face charges of child trafficking.

The evangelical archbishop had claimed he could deliver "miracle babies" to infertile women in Britain and is now set to face accusations of child abduction.

Deya is alleged to have stolen five Kenyan children between 1999 and 2004, has been battling deportation since 2007.

Deya has thwarted successive bids to stay in Britain, failing in a high court appeal in 2008.

Police in Kenya in 2006 had issued a warrant of arrest for him after his wife, Mary, was arrested in Nairobi in September and charged with involvement in child trafficking.

Mary was arrested after arriving at the hospital with a new born baby which she claimed was hers.

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