(Worthy News) - Rwanda deported an American pastor and missionary after he was arrested for allegedly disturbing the public order, according to a state-run newspaper.
Conservative Baptist missionary Gregg Schoof was deported after allegedly overstaying his work permit. He had been living in the country since 2003, the New Times reported on Tuesday, citing immigration authorities. Police arrested him for what they called an illegal meeting with journalists to criticize the government's shutdown of his local radio station and church. [ Source: Fox News (Read More...) ]
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