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‘I am illuminati and sacrificed priest to rise up the ranks’

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The police are now following a lead that a Catholic priest was killed as a sacrifice in an occult ritual.

It is the latest twist in investigations into the murder of Father Michael Kyengo, and emerged following the arrest on Wednesday of a third suspect said to have been the one who decapitated the priest.

Sacrificial lamb

According to police sources, detectives were led to the latest arrest by Michael Muthini Mutunga, who has been in police custody for a week after he was arrested in Makindu driving the priest’s car. The car had been repainted.

Sources said the suspect, who was arrested at Gategi in Embu, confessed to being a member of a cult that would purportedly grow his fortunes.

The suspect provided details of the cult’s website and offered log-in credentials into a site that helped detectives retrieve an application filled in by Mr Mutunga.

As a condition to scale the ladder in the cult, which the suspect identified as Illuminati Official Clun based in Sandton City, Johannesburg, South Africa, one had to sacrifice a close relative or friend.

The priest was a long-time friend of both the suspect and Mutunga.

“The priest was a sacrificial lamb. His best friend claims they sacrificed him in a secret cult they practice,” said an officer aware of the probe.

One of the documents recovered after logging into the site was reportedly Mutunga’s application, through which he had joined the group on September 1 last year. Mutunga indicated he had tried to join the Illuminati group six times.

“I fully have the potential to join Illuminati so as to become financially stable and help the community eradicate poverty, and shine in the society,” Mutunga wrote down in a section that requires one to explain why they wanted to join the group.

He describes himself as a pagan from Mbeere South.

“We are not a fan group. We are a group of dynamic individuals who stand forth as the ultimate underground alternative – the shadow elite. We realise what we have, what we are and what we shall become. Our scope is unlimited and the extent of your involvement is based upon your potential,” reads part of the form.

“Our requests are simple as you will soon find out and therefore may be hard to comprehend, but disloyalty is not tolerated. In return for your loyalty, you are presented the limitless life of wealth and opportunities in plenty.”

The filled out the application form, a copy of which The Standard obtained, explains the group does not solicit for members and seeks to know how the applicant learnt about the society.

Mutunga said he was introduced to the group by friends who are already members.

Police are in possession of a book listing the names of 86 people and their contacts and who are either presumed to be members of the group or potential recruits. Detectives say they will seek to interview them.

By The Standard 


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Decomposing bodies of a couple that has been missing for more than a week were found in their house in Laini centre off the Nairobi-Nakuru highway, yesterday.

A foul smell emanating from the house of the 72-year-old-man and his wife, 62, led to their recovery. Police have launched investigations into the incident.

There were conflicting reports about the deaths with some claiming that the two were murdered while others suspected that they could have died of carbon monoxide emitted from a jiko.

Police declined to give names of the deceased until the next of kin are informed. Emotions ran high as locals viewed the bodies.

A village elder, Moses Mwathi, revealed that the couple was working in a quarry before they went missing.

Mwathi said neighbours thought that they had travelled to their rural home but got concerned after a foul smell started emanating from their house.

“On checking they noticed that the house was locked from inside and the bodies could be seen lying on their bed,” he said.

Police gained access into the house after breaking the door. The bodies were taken to the mortuary

Naivasha OCPD Samuel Waweru said initial investigations pointed to carbon monoxide poisoning from a jiko.

“We can’t, however, rule out murder at this moment and only a post-mortem examination will establish the real cause of the death,” said the police boss.

And in the nearby Kinungi village, a 35-year-old farmworker committed suicide by hanging himself in a house.

The body was found by his employer before police were called in. Jim Kimani, a friend to the deceased, said he was in low spirits over debts.

“He claimed that some people he owed money were harassing him but we never thought that he would commit suicide,” Kimani said.

by Standardmedia.co.ke


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I left Twitter because people insulted me a lot:Uhuru

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BY OLIVIA MUNGWANA

President Uhuru Kenyatta has said Kenyans on Twitter were too hostile to him that is why he left.

Speaking during the launch of the the drive for the signatures for the Building Bridges Initiative, President Uhuru Kenyatta said he would spend so much time on Twitter, going through what people were saying and all he would see were abuses which would get to him.

He said he has been listening to people and talks to them before making decisions, but going to Twitter to see what people were saying was not a pleasant experience for him. He now says he would rather spend time with his wife in the evening before sleeping and wake up to go to work.

Mimi hata huko Twitter, mimi niliondoka huko, nikaona hio kitu ni bure ni matusi tu, unakaa hapo unasoma, haulali, halafu unapiga simu, unaona vile huyo mtu amenitusi, afadhali nilale bana, nipige story na mama kidogo hapo, nilale, niamke, niende kazi, dunia iendelee,” he said.

Uhuru left Twitter in 2018 . He was most followed leader in Sub-Saharan Africa on Twitter with more than three million followers.


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