According to the reports given by a reliable source of information, it has been reported that police in Kwame have arrested a suspected cult leader.
Several sources have confirmed that the suspect was arrested by police officers who found over 2OO people allegedly praying at the church.
According to the reports by the police, suspects were arrested and taken to the police for more questioning.
Speaking about Cults in the country , Interior Cabinet Secretary Kithure Kindiki said the government is going to deal with rogue preachers.
In the latest news on Shakahola deaths , it has been reported that police have Exhumed over 21 bodies from one of pastor Mackenzie's mass graves at his Farm.
According to the reports given by the police, deceased were secretly buried at Pastor Mckenzie's Farm in a mass grave in attempts to conceal evidence of payment.
Cs kindiki has also revealed that they are not going to allow anyone at the crime scene unless these individuals are authorized by security officers at Shakahola stating that there will be no exemptions.
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