Cult Or Church? DCI Discovers 27 Graves In Shakahola Forest. Malindi’s Shakahola forest has been found to contain additional newly dug graves by investigators from the Directorate of Criminal Investigations.
Detectives discovered a dozen graves without markings, and saved three individuals – one of which was a 16-year-old girl who needed immediate medical attention and was transported to Malindi Sub-county hospital.
Detectives have received intel from some of the previously rescued Pastor Paul Mackenzie’s followers that has resulted in the discovery of new graves, bringing the total number of graves uncovered up to 27. They intend to commence the exhumation process as planned.
George Migosi, the Regional Director for Children Services on the coast, states that the impact of fasting due to the directive by Pastor Paul Mackenzie of Good News Church has been felt most by children. Children were first to begin fasting, followed by women and men.
Migosi arrived with a mission to rescue children who were compelled to fast. They succeeded in relocating them to secure regions. Among those saved was a sixteen-year-old girl who was promptly taken to Malindi Sub County hospital for medical assistance.
Children’s officers are unable to determine the exact number of individuals who lost their lives during the long hunger strike, as there is a suspicion that each burial ground may contain the remains of multiple people.
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