Royal Media Services boss SK Macharia has broken silence after being linked to devil worshiping following the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) boss George Kinoti’s red flag over drastic increase in cultism cases in the country.
The DCI boss’ claims on high rise in cultism was established during an investigation on the brutal murder of Catholic priest, Father Michael Kyengo, who was kidnaped, ransacked, killed and body buried in Embu.
According to Kinoti’s establishment after the main suspects in the priest’s murder suspect, Micheal Muthini Mutunga confessed to have sacrificed the priest following a request from his cult, Illuminati Official Clun, which he alleged is based in Sandton City, Johannesburg, South Africa, clerics, politicians, university students, business owners, and civil servants were among members of the evil group.
This was not the first time the issue of occult underworld or devil worshiping was making headlines or being highlighted by people in high government offices.
The weekly report by Citizen newspaper claimed that the RMS boss SK Macharia and Nairobi Businessman Chris Kirubi were the specialists of devil worshiping claims that the two tycoons vehemently dismissed the claims.
SK Macharia, the billionaire behind giant Royal Media Services (RMS) company, dismissed the allegations of being a devil worshipper, stating that people were linking him to the practice due to his tremendous business success.
“People are desperate to explain why there are so much hardship and adversity in their lives, but their problems have more to do with politics and the economy than with the devil,” Macharia stated.
Journalist Gitau Warigi also rubbished the report, stating that it was motivated by malicious people adding that there had never been a proven case of cultism in the country.
“The report is no more than narrow-minded prejudice from the mainstream churches, who sniff the hand of Satan in anything that does not fit into their religious world view,” Warigi stated.