Mom was mesmerized by Pastor Mackenzie’s TV program – man links mother, sisters’ disappearance to Shakahola cult

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Stanley Ombuna narrates that losing his mother and two siblings started through an addiction towards a TV station that was sharing a special doctrine.

Speaking to a local media station, the 22-year-old says that all was well in their family before his mother developed a habit of listening to a pastor on the said television station and following his teachings.

After several days of being glued to the screen, Ombuna’s mother told him to quit his studies.

He narrates that he found the sudden change of attitude and thinking of his mother very shocking, but he could attribute it to the teachings that she had been religiously following.

Ombuna failed to follow his mother’s orders and that marked the beginning of their fallout.

Susan Awinja was at that point very deeply rooted in the said teachings, which the son reveals were by the renowned Paul Mackenzie from the Good News International Church, who is linked to the deaths of more than 300 people in a shocking religious cult in Shakahola, Kilifi County.

“She remained glued to the television channel whenever he was preaching. Soon after, she started behaving strangely. She even discouraged me from continuing with my education,” the son narrated.

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