A pilot who works for the Mission Aviation Fellowship (MAF), a U.S.-based non-profit ministry, and two South African volunteers MAF volunteers have been jailed since they were arrested on Nov. 4 for allegedly “supporting terrorism” in Mozambique.
Ryan Koher, 31, was taken into custody while he was attempting to fly supplies including vitamins to church-run orphanages in Mozambique’s Cabo Delgado Province. He is currently incarcerated in a high-security prison in Mozambique.
Koher and the two volunteers have been held in prison since then, but no written charges have been filed and a judge has denied them bail. MAF reports that an investigation is currently being conducted.
CBN News reports:
During airport security scans, officials took interest in over-the-counter medications and food preservative supplies that belong to Ambassador Aviation Ltd. (AAL), which is a partner of U.S.-based non-profit MAF, the group reported.
According to MAF, the trio was bringing supplies for orphanages in the northern part of the country and it was a flight MAF, known as Ambassador Aviation Ltd. in Mozambique, had flown many times in the past.
Koher is currently being held in a high-security Mozambique prison, KTVB-TVreported.
The ministry said in a statement that Koher “has peace from God and is committed to His will.”
The northern part of Mozambique has been dealing with jihadist insurgents for the past couple of years.
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