An author identified as Ann Ndung'u shared her ordeal with one of the most stubborn cults in the world.
The author of the book"The Faith That Killeth" confessed that she belonged to the faith that abhorred going to hospital when sick. She narrated this story on "metha ya Kagoni" show, one of the most followed media station on youtube. Ann revealed that at one point, she almost succumbed to excessive bleeding since her parents couldn't take her to the hospital.
She also revealed that her church did not allow them to use toothpaste while brushing teeth and fertilizers on their farms. She later changed the church and this inspired her to write a book. Have you ever heard of such churches? Share your story on the comment section below. Don't forget to share, like and follow for more daily updates both local and international.
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