201 Dead Body Discover In Kenya Believe To been paul's disciples, a Christian cult leader

Nthenge Charge For Making Kenya Church Members Starve As Death Raise To 201

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The founder of the Good News International Church and notorious cult leader Paul Mackenzie Nthenge in Kenya has been charged with forcing his members to starve to death so they may see Jesus before the rest of the world.

Despite the fact that autopsies started two weeks ago, police have spent the last week searching the region for any survivors and seeking remains, since hundreds of individuals are still listed as missing.

Police said on Saturday that 22 corpses had been retrieved and that no survivors had been located.
29 remains were discovered on Friday, including those of 12 children who were discovered in one grave.

A commission of investigation has been established to examine the killings, according to Hussein Mohamed, the president of Kenya’s William Ruto’s spokeswoman.

Mohamed said that Ruto has established a task committee to study laws controlling the nation’s religious organizations.
According to TheCable, Ezekiel Odero, a controversial preacher in Kenya, has also been connected to the victims of the starving cult after some of the individuals who died at his church were buried on Nthenge’s property in the Shakahola forest.

Bail has been rejected for both Odero and Nthenge.

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