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What Ruto said about the alleged members of the Good news church in kilifi amid the Shakahola cult

In his latest press briefing, President Willliam Ruto revealed his intention to lead discussions on developing guidelines for religious centers to operate within.

"I will hold consultations with our religious leaders to have a task force we can weed out the characters who want to abuse religion to run businesses and things that are anti-religion, " he said.

president Ruto's comment came in response to the rising number of exhumed bodies, which has now surpassed 100.

in his address to the media, President Ruto acknowledged that the Shakahola incident has brought to light the problem of religious extremist organizations, sects, cults, and similar groups operating within Kenya.

The president disclosed that Kioko Kilukumi, Vivian Janet Nyambeki, Bahati Mwamuye, and other commissioners will be in charge of conducting the investigation into the issue.

the team appointed by the president will investigate potential legal, institutional, administrative, security, and intelligence weaknesses that could have played a role in the fatalities. they will also scrutinize all members associated with the Good News International Church in Kilifi.

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