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    Kenya: Autopsies rule out organ harvesting in We Love You Jesus cult deaths, arrests made for mass suicide

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    Nairobi, Kenya – (African Boulevard News) – The recent deaths of 10 members of a cult in Kenya have been the subject of intense speculation, with rumors of organ harvesting circulating in the media. However, autopsies carried out on the bodies have ruled out any such claims, according to government officials.

    The cult, which was based in the town of Kariobangi South, was known as “We Love You Jesus” and was led by a man named Lawrence Ng’ang’a. Members of the group reportedly believed that Ng’ang’a was the “Messiah” and that he had come to save them from the end of the world.

    The group came to public attention after the bodies of 10 of its members were found in a house in Kariobangi South. Initial reports suggested that the deaths may have been the result of a mass suicide, but soon rumors began to circulate that the cult members had been killed in order to harvest their organs.

    However, autopsies carried out on the bodies by government officials have ruled out any such claims. “Our findings are that there was no organ harvesting,” said Dr. Johansen Oduor, the head of the government team that carried out the autopsies.

    The investigation into the deaths is ongoing, but the government has said that it believes that the cult members may have consumed poison as part of a mass suicide. Ng’ang’a has been arrested and is currently in custody.

    The deaths have raised concerns about the rise of cults in Kenya. “The phenomenon of cults is something that we need to take seriously,” said Dr. Ndung’u Gitonga, a sociologist at the University of Nairobi. “These groups can be very dangerous, both to their members and to society as a whole.”

    The government has said that it will be taking steps to crack down on cults in the country. “We cannot allow these groups to operate freely,” said Interior Minister George Kinoti. “We will be working with the police and other authorities to ensure that they are brought to justice.”

    The deaths of the cult members have shocked many in Kenya and around the world. However, the government’s confirmation that there was no organ harvesting involved will hopefully put an end to the rumors that have been circulating in the media. The investigation into the deaths is ongoing, and the authorities are urging anyone with information to come forward.

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