Pastor Mackenzie’s church targeted smart, broke graduates

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As the bewilderment that has engulfed Kenyans following the starvation to death of four cult members in Malindi, Kilifi County persists, more families and those lucky to survive are now coming forward to narrate their ordeal.

The families accuse Pastor Paul Mackenzie of Good News International Church of initiating their children to Satanism.

Benson Omari from Mwitoti village in Mumias East constituency, a father of five, is still in mourning having buried one of his sons, Ian Mukumbu, some two weeks ago after he refused to eat and rejected education.

The Form Two student was introduced to Pastor Mackenzie’s fellowship in 2019 by his elder brother Felix Mutimba when he was in Standard Eight.

“Last month teachers called me that my son had started acting and behaving strangely. He refused to eat and termed education as useless. The starvation made his health deteriorate until his death and he was buried two weeks ago,” said Omari.

Omari adds that Mutimba, who was a First Year Bachelor of Finance student at Kibabii University, was introduced to Mackenzie in 2019 by one of his agents who also happened to be a student at the university. He took him and 10 other students to Malindi in the guise of a university tour.

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