Death toll in Kenyan starvation cult rises to 73 – police
27 April 2023 | 9:06 am
Kenyan police have recovered 73 bodies, mostly from mass graves in a forest in eastern Kenya, thought to be followers of a Christian cult who believed they would go to heaven if they starved themselves, a police officer said on Monday.
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