Although the bible have not mentioned the exact time that the world will come to an end and Jesus returns to take over the church, christian are advised by spiritual fathers to always stay ready.
Sometime however, some pastors tend to brainwash followers and make them believes in every word they say.
From a little known Mukindu estate, Machakos county in the former Eastern province, police have stormed a church and rescued over seventy seven people who had been locked in church building by a pastor waiting for the return of Jesus Christ.
According to a local or rather resident who sought anonymity for security reasons, the man of God have been attending to his business as usual when the followers were praying throughout. "They were emaciated and almost dying" He stated.
Conferming the incident the area police boss disclosed the priest was arrested by police officers who were in patrol and was locked in cell at Tala police station waiting to be taken to court once the investigation is concluded.
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