“There has been much publicity a foot in your country and the world about the existence of sátánic cults. I must tell you they do exist. They worship sátán, and they are the opposite of all Christianity. They will do the opposite of what is asked in the Bible. Therefore, they kill with no remorse. They steal your children and brutalize them.“ – Our Lady of the Roses, June 18, 1987.
When Philip Onyancha was a Form One student at Kenyatta Mahiga High School in Nyeri, then President Daniel arap Moi appointed a commission to inquire into dévil worship in Kenya.
At that time, the country was throbbing with claims of widespread dévil worship with some reports linking the practice to people in high places.
The commission headed by Archbishop Nicodemus Kirima, was appointed in March 1995 when Onyancha was in his first term in secondary school.
For his efforts in trying to literally unearth the devil, Archbishop Kirima and his commissioners were derided by critics who disparaged their report when it was published in 1999.
Ever since the Onyancha controversy, Dévil worshiping in Kenya has been a hot topic and it gives me goose-bumps everytime i talk about it.In particular,i was so much scared when i stayed late in the night researching on this dark occult that has penetrated the moral fabric of our society.
Across the Kenyan society,many individuals have shocked many by their incredible possessions of wealth,their lavish lifestyles and almost god-like existences. For lack of better explanation, Kenyans have always equated these people to be Devil Worshipers and they’re never short of stories and suggestions proving so.
DISCLAIMER: Most of the people compiled in this list are victims of dubious allegations and are successful young entrepreneurs, sudden millionaires, secretive power brokers, Church leaders with a cult-like following and super successful business men and women who very little is known of their private lives or the nature of the business they do.
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