145 bodies in ‘hunger cult’ investigation in Kenya
The number of people who died in Kenya due to death fast rose to 145.
In the investigation of the ‘hunger cult’, which dragged its followers to death fast, new corpses were found during the mass grave search.
Coastal District Commissioner Rhoda Onyancha announced that new bodies have been found in the investigation in which cult leader Paul Mackenzie is accused of terrorism.
It is estimated that more than 500 people are still missing in the town of Malindi, where the sect is located.
On the other hand, in the examinations made after the suspicion of organ trade was frequently mentioned in the Kenyan press, it was understood that the organs of some people were removed.
Autopsies revealed that some of the children had died of suffocation.
The leader of the cult, Mackenzie, told police at the beginning of the investigation that they would find the dead bodies of 1,000 people.
International Good News Church Pastor Paul Mackenzie Nthenge told the people of the church that St. It is said that he promised to meet with Jesus.
After Nthenge’s arrest, New Life Prayer Center and Church Pastor Ezekiel Odero, who was allegedly involved in other crimes, were also detained and a commission of inquiry regarding the “hunger cult” was established.