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One Worshiper Stabbed To Death As City Gang Raids Church, Steal Offering

A City gang raided Shekinah Pentocostal Church in Makongeni Estate in Nairobi Kenya on Friday early morning, where they killed one worshiper.

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A pastor who was leading that early morning service was rushed to the health Care Centre after suffering injuries.

According to the eye witnesses, the worshiper was stabbed to death by a group of criminals outside the church as they were escaping after the attack.

It was very early in the morning at around 5am when a group of criminals attacked the church. The worshipers who were attending that morning service experienced a surprise attack.

They killed one person as they escaped with church offering and some other stuff, according to Nairobi News.

Mr Kiambati Henry, the Divisional Criminal Investigation Officer (DCIO) confirmed the incidence

The thugs ran away with unknown amount of cash and other church equipments.

The area police has launched investigations to find out what more has been stolen.

The night guards have so far made a statement with police.

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