Pastor of the God's Embassy church Sunday Adelaja does not intend to violate the recognizance not to leave, he said at a press conference.
"I have decided to stay in Ukraine until I prove my honesty," Adelaja said.
He sees no prospects in the case upon organization of appropriation of the citizen's funds via fraud he is suspected of.
The attorney of the pastor, Andrii Fedur, is sure that his defendant will not violate the recognizance.
As Ukrainian News earlier reported, Adelaja considers that the Internal Affairs Ministry investigation into his involvement in King's Capital frauds is the political order.
In November 2008, the police detained head of the King's Capital Oleksandr Bandurchenko suspected of frauds.
At first Bandurchenko was detained on the basis of about 60 claims of the citizens on their inability to withdraw their money from the financial group.
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