“Cult Or Church” 4 Dead 11 Hospitalised In Malindi After A Deadly Fasting In Malindi – On Thursday, authorities in Malindi, Kilifi County saved the lives of eleven individuals who were reportedly coerced into a deadly fast by their extremist pastor, Paul Makenzie Nthenge, the leader of the Good News International Church.
Nthenge was granted a police bond of Ksh.10,000 despite facing charges in court.
The police discovered an astonishing occurrence of 11 individuals being involved in an excessive form of practice. The police report, accessed by TuVibe Media, stated that the group was a part of 15 people who were found carrying out the unusual activity in the Shakahola forest, located in Langobaya. It was detected by detectives who received a tip-off from a concerned local resident.
At the Langobaya Police Station, the whistleblower lodged a report containing a disturbing accusation that there exists a mass grave with 31 deceased individuals belonging to Pual Makenzie Nthenge’s group situated in the nearby forest.
“Cult Or Church” 4 Dead 11 Hospitalised In Malindi After A Deadly Fasting
According to the police report, a team led by SCPC and SCCIO Malindi was dispatched to investigate the situation. The group was able to gain access to several residences and successfully saved 15 individuals, including six who were malnourished.
The evacuation required the assistance of medical personnel from Malindi Sub-County Hospital.
Despite the medical attention given to them, four individuals succumbed to their malnourishment and have not yet been recognized.
The Malindi Sub-County Hospital has admitted the survivors, and unfortunately, three of them are currently in critical condition.
The lifeless remains of the deceased were transferred to the Malindi mortuary at the center, awaiting identification and examination.
The police could not confirm the presence of the large burial site because the forest was too extensive and the locals were unfriendly.
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