Kenya – Physique Rely Rises to 47 in Hunger Cult Case

Paul Makenzie Nthenge reportedly informed his followers to starve themselves with the intention to meet Jesus. On Sunday, police discovered 26 extra our bodies. Exhumations proceed.

Police investigating a Christian suicide cult whose members are believed to have starved themselves to demise, exhumed one other 26 our bodies in Malindi, Kenya, on Sunday. The grim discovery, brings the full variety of our bodies discovered thus far as much as 47.

“In complete, 47 individuals have died on the Shakahola Forest,” detective Charles Kamau informed Reuters information company Sunday.

The deceased are thought to have been followers of Christian cult chief Paul Makenzie Nthenge, who reportedly informed them to starve themselves with the intention to “meet Jesus.”

Detctive Kamau stated the exhumations remained ongoing.

On Saturday police sources had stated, “We’ve got not even scratched the floor which provides a transparent indication that we’re more likely to get extra our bodies by the tip of this train.”

Kenyan Inside Minister Kithure Kindiki informed reporters that 800 acres of coastal Malindi’s Shakahola Forest had been declared a criminal offense scene.

Talking of the state of affairs he stated, “This horrendous blight on our conscience should lead not solely

to essentially the most extreme punishment of the perpetrator(s) of the atrocity on so many harmless souls, however tighter regulation (together with self-regulation) of each church, mosque, temple or synagogue [in the country] going ahead.”