Hunger cult leader in Kenya to stand trial on terrorism charges

According to the news of The Daily Nation, the case of Mackenzie and his accomplices, who appeared before the judge at the Malindi Court, was closed on the grounds that the court was outside the jurisdiction of the court, and the arrest warrant for the suspects, who were decided to stand trial in another court, was renewed.

The court announced that it does not have the authority to try terrorist criminals and that the retrial process of the suspects has begun.

On the other hand, Mackenzie’s wife, Rhoda Mumbua Maweu, was also detained as part of the investigation today.

The detention period of another pastor, Ezekiel Odero, who was detained after the expansion of the investigation into the cult, which killed more than 100 people, was extended for another 7 days.

Some died of suffocation.

On the other hand, in the autopsy performed on the bodies of the deceased, it was determined that some people, especially children, died on the grounds that they could not breathe.

Eight people who were rescued during the search efforts lost their lives, and the number of those who died in the sect reached 109. Many children are among the dead.

The Pastor of the Good News International Church, Paul Mackenzie Nthenge, told the people of his church that Hz. It was stated that he promised them to meet Jesus.

New Life Prayer Center and Church Pastor Ezekiel Odero, who was allegedly involved in other crimes after Nthenge’s arrest, was also detained.

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