Kenya cult suspect dies in custody
One of 30 suspects in custody Kenya Paul Mackenzie, the leader of the cult linked to more than 300 deaths, has died in custody, Al Jazeera reported last Wednesday. The investigations reportedly involved people who were told to go on a hunger strike in hopes of going to heaven (News, April 28). Joseph Juma Buyuka was one of Mackenzie’s followers who went on a hunger strike for 10 days while in custody, a prosecutor said. The other two suspects remain in hospital in critical condition. A press release issued last week by the National Council of Churches in Kenya “expresses our heartfelt condolences to all affected families following the Shakahora massacre” for the forest where the bodies were found. It expressed concern that the government was using the tragedy “as an excuse to control the practice of religious freedom” and that “the failure of the criminal justice system entirely contributed to this incident”.
Nigerian human rights group files complaint
Complaint has been filed this month with ICC against Imo state governor nigeriaThere were 31 other public officials guilty of “crimes against humanity,” Crux reported. The complaint, filed last Monday on behalf of the International Society for Civil Liberties and the Rule of Law (Intersociety), accuses the governor and other state officials of “aiding and abetting, and….” . . [of] are still aiding and abetting the Imo Massacre and other atrocities, and are seriously complicit in their commission and perpetuation”. Violence against Christians in Nigeria is routinely publicized by the international community (News, August 6, 2021). “Over a period of 29 months, from January 2021 to May 2023, at least 1,600 unarmed citizens of Imo State were killed and another 300 disappeared without a trace,” the report said.
Former Indian Ocean primate dies
Archbishop French Chang Him, former bishop of Seychelles and chief bishop of the Indian Ocean Province Church, died on May 26 at the age of 85. ACNS Report. After studying at Lichfield Theological College, he was ordained a priest in June 1963 and became Bishop of Seychelles in 1979. The country’s president, Wavel Ramkalawan, an Anglican priest, told Seychelles News Agency that the archbishop “is usually the only one”. The voice of the voiceless in one-party rule. He will offer support to those whose loved ones have been detained or whose children have disappeared, while mourning the tragic death of his dear brother Davidson Chang-Him (who was murdered on June 5, 1977). He paid the price for coming forward in many incidents. method. “
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Mary’s meal powers tennis champion
two children in Malawi Who receives meals from Mary’s Meals, Charity Provided school meals to children in 18 of the world’s poorest countries and won mixed doubles gold tennis Last week’s Special Olympics World Games in Berlin. Hannah Winesi and Patrick Sichamba additional needs, beating a pair from Bulgaria. In Malawi, one-third of primary school-age children eat Mary meals. Special Olympics Malawi National President Enid Mauluka said: “Unless there is food to eat, children are not motivated to play sports, not even at school, because if you are hungry, you are hungry. I don’t have the energy to participate.”
Christian Aid: Paris summit ‘grossly inadequate’
The outcome of last week’s summit on a new global financing pact in Paris failed to make the necessary changes, Christian AidOsai Ojigho, director of policy, public affairs and events, said on Friday.Commitments include World Bank agreement that developing countries suffer climate disaster Will be able to suspend debt repayments. Ms Ogijo said this was “seriously short of the changes that low-income countries are calling for”. “With poor countries facing crisis excluded from this summit’s programming, it’s no wonder Macron’s document lacks a radical edge . . . we need sweeping reforms, including debt cancellation and structural solutions to prevent unsustainable debt build-up , and enforce fair global tax rules.”