Digital Media Expert Lord Mutahi has broken his silence after Kilifi-based pastor Pastor Paul Mackenzie's wife revealed that police denied them food behind bars. Rhoda Mumbua Maweu and sixteen other co-defendants allege that police withheld meals from them.
Mutahi said that it was hilarious for Mackenzie's wife to make such accusations while her husband encouraged his followers to starve to death.
"This is too hilarious," Lord Mutai said.
Rhoda was arrested by the detectives after she was linked to the Shakahola cult that claimed the lives of many people. The detectives disclosed that
Azimio leader Raila Odinga toured Shakahola where he was denied entry into Shakahola. The detectives said Raila's entry was denied because of the government's strict guidelines. The government had set up a curfew in the area, only authorized individuals could be allowed to enter the Shakahola forest.
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