After Mackenzie's Shakahola Forest saga, another suspected cult has been found in Kwale Forest. 200 hundred people were rescued.
Among them was a former high school teacher who allegedly quit her job to live in the forest. The group was conducting prayers during day and night. 3 prayer sessions were held during the day and another 3 during the night. It is alleged that there were consequences of missing these prayer sessions.
The group has identified itself as Rainbow Faith Ministries and was being led by Joyce Mkumbi. Joyce had no formal documents to show her qualifications as a church leader.
According to investigations, children who were about 50 were barred from going to school in order to attend the prayer sessions. Some of the 200 congregants were defending their preacher.
Mr. Ngumi said that he left Nairobi to go and worship in the forest, a quiet place where spiritual connection was guaranteed. He said that Rainbow Faith Ministries was a good church and did not know why the authorities were harassing them.
Mr. Ngumi claimed that their pastor had warned them about the signs of theend times. The police are have launched probe to find out more details.
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