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Kenya: Air Hostess, Betty Ajenta Charles dies after fasting to meet Jesus

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It’s now becoming clearer how a Kenyan woman left her lucrative job in Qatar and returned to her home country of Kenya to join Pastor Mackenzie’s cult.

Judith Ajenta Charles is thought to have only recently joined the cult, a few weeks after her nine-year-old son passed away there.

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She contacted her friend days before joining the sect, and after they met, she left her with a necklace bearing her dead son’s name

Shakahole, Kilifi – It is now emerging that an air hostess who had a high-flying job in Doha, Qatar, is one of the people who sold everything and quit her career to join Pastor Mackenzie’s Kilifi cult.

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Beatrice Ajenta Charles joined the church a few weeks ago, and her close friend Anna detailed how the woman quit her job and followed her parents to join the church for fasting, leading to tens of people’s deaths.

A report by Ghetto Radio indicated that the woman met her friend days before she went to Shakahole village for starvation premised on the promise to see Jesus as Mackenzie told his followers.

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On April 4, 2023, an uneasy-looking Betty briefly met her close best friend Anna and left her with a necklace bearing her son Jason’s photo.

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“She never took that necklace off, no matter what. It was always on her neck. I called her back to let her know she had left it behind, but she asked me to keep it,” Anna said.

That would be the last time that Anna would see her friend Betty as her efforts to find out her whereabouts would be fruitless in the days that followed.

Betty’s sister Constance

Betty’s parents are believed to be senior members of Mackenzie’s church, and it is alleged they had Betty’s nine-year-old son Jason also starve to death. He died in March 2023.

Betty’s sister Constance Chao also quit her military job to join the cult, and her husband does not know if she is alive or dead.

“My wife too left her military job after her sister quit hers, and they left,” Abbas, Chao’s husband, who has been at the exhumation site hoping to find her and Betty alive, told the Standard.

Ghanaian pastor telling church members to pay $1000 for blessings gets completely ignored

Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh published earlier that a pastor had recently sparked massive conversations online after calling on a church congregation to offer their money up for blessings.

A video had him asking for $100, $500, GH₵2,000, and GH₵1,000, to which no one got up to give Many social media users took to the comments section to applaud the member for not giving out their money.


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