Three of four missing siblings from Kakamega reunited with their parents


Three of four missing siblings from Kakamega reunited with their parents

In Summary

  • Their parents in their desperate attempt to have them brought back home told Citizen TV that they sent the accused preacher Ksh.11,000 as bus fare.
  • Their elder brother, escorted them to the bus station and left them after they boarded enroute to Mumias.
  • The police investigating the case are working towards arresting and charging the accused preacher and head of the alleged cult, Paul Mackenzie.

Three children who were reported missing from their home in Kakamega for three weeks and were being indoctrinated in a cult in Malindi, have finally returned home and reunited with their parents.

The twins aged 13 in class 7 and their sibling safely arrived home on Thursday night, however, their elder brother’s whereabouts are still unknown.

Their elder brother, a first year student pursuing mathematics at the University of Kibabii , was the first one to profess the faith of Paul Mackenzie’s cult, based in Malindi before persuading his siblings to do the same.

Walituambia Huduma Namba ni 666, mimi sitaki hiyo NEMIS ni mbaya” said one child (name withheld)

After their return, they told their parents; Benson and Esther Mutimba, that they were in the jungle praying and waiting for the second coming of Jesus Christ.

Other teachings of the cult that they were led to believe included; the Armageddon in which the world will end in 2024, that going to school and going to work is evil and that the Huduma Namba and the biblical 666 are the same thing.

Their parents in their desperate attempt to have them brought back home told Citizen Digital that they sent the accused preacher Ksh.11,000 as bus fare.

Their elder brother, escorted them to the bus station and left them after they boarded enroute to Mumias.

Walikuja wakisema hawataki kesi, hawataki polisi. Mimi kama mzazi bado nawapenda.” said Benson Mutimba-The children’s father.

“Bado wanaogopa lakini sasa wako sawa,” said Esther Mutimba- mother.

The police investigating the case are working towards arresting and charging the accused preacher and head of the alleged cult, Paul Mackenzie.

For now, the parents have a greater responsibility to undo the damage and the brainwashing their children went through, one creed at a time.

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