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Confessions of killings from devil possessed boy in Murang'a

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 Agnes Wairimu and her son David Macharia at their Kambiti home in Murang'a South sub county two hours after he vomited a copper wire. Photo: Boniface Gikandi

The sleepy Kiamianga village in Muranga has been woken up with shocking news of occult. A confused mother pleading for help for her devil possessed son David Macharia, 13, who has been killing citizens on grisly road accidents along Kambiti area of the busy Nairobi-Meru highway.

The boy confessed that he was lured into the satanic world by one of his teachers with a promise that if he kills his mother and siblings he will get loads of cash.

Macharia claims that whenever he gets into a trance he is transported under the sea somewhere off the coast of Mombasa, fed on blood and promised riches.

“Tukaona wanawake wawili pande ya juu ni mtu na chini ni samaki. Tukapelekwa chini. Tukajiona tumesimama kwa maji akasema nikalie mmoja halafu yeye akapanda ingine tukaenda (We are taken under the ocean on the backs of two creature-like mermaids,” said Macharia in broken Kiswahili on K24.

Macharia revealed that one of his teachers introduced him into the spirit world. He sensationally claims that together with the said teacher they have been causing tragic road accidents at Kambiti.

In startling revelations Macharia under the teacher’s guide commandeers vehicles. “Tukaenada Kambiti siku moja tukangusha gari. Mwanamke mmoja na watoto wake wawili wakakufa papo hapo (We killed a woman and two kids along Kambiti),” said Macharia

“Gari ziligongana. Mwalimu alituambia tushike steering ya lorry halafu akasema tunyoshe mkono yeye akikanyaga mafuta, personal car ikanguka, (Cars crash when my teacher tells us to hold the steering wheel as he gestures),” he added.

A sad mother, Agnes says that whenever Macharia gets possessed he becomes violent and overpowers many people who try to hold him down.

“More than four men are called to pin him down. Four adults have to pin him down due to his supernatural strength. Macharia speaks gibberish as he vomits bolts and nuts among other metallic pieces,” explains the mother.

Wairimu also showed wounds and scars on her feet. On her right foot is a fresh wound while on her left foot an ugly scar, inflicted by sharp objects terrifyingly runs from her big toe to the top of her ankles. She claims her son sliced her skin open using the razor blades, he quickly swallowed the blades.

Dressed in a deep red skirt and a white blouse, Macharia’s mother wears an agonising look on her face. “I have taken him to several hospitals but doctors have not found what ails him medically,” she explains. Now she is appealing for help from religious leaders. “I’m requesting pastors and other leaders to come help my son.”

“She should seek genuine men of God need to cast the demons in Jesus name. Let the mother receive Christ and the power of the Lord will deliver the boy. She should seek,” said Bishop Mathew Monde of Redeemed Evangelistic Fellowship in Nairobi.

Bishop Thomas Wahome of the Helicopter of Christ Church says not all exorcisms can’t be completed in one day. “Exorcism isn’t a child’s play. It’s a duel with the devil, it’s a light battling darkness. We believe in the blood and power of Jesus,” says Bishop Wahome.

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