US missionary deported after accusing Rwandan government of ‘heathen practices’

By The Christian Post

Rwandan President Paul Kagame addresses the 73rd United Nations (U.N.) General Assembly on September 25, 2018 in New York City. | Getty Images/Spencer Platt

The Rev. Gregg Schoof, an outspoken American missionary who was arrested Monday in Rwanda where he ran a conservative evangelical church and radio station, has been deported after accusing the government of taking a “stand against God with its heathen practices.”

Citing a statement from the Rwandan Directorate General for Immigration and Emigration, Rwanda’s leading daily newspaper, The New Times, said Schoof was deported after he was declared a "prohibited immigrant."

"Gregory Schoof Brian has been deported and sent back to his country as a prohibited immigrant," Regis Gatarayiha, the director-general of Emigration and Immigration told The New Times.

Source:The Christian Post