According to The Nairobian, the man’s satanic mission who was a preacher at a city church, began one afternoon in 1992 when he killed his 8-month-old son, a heinous act that saw him part ways with his first wife.
Muli, who spent three years in jail for mentioning the names of powerful people as devil worshippers, said: “After graduation, I was employed by a news agency in Nairobi where I overheard fellow scribes talk about devil worshipping. I did not believe the talk. But what attracted me to it was the money.”
Speaking further to a correspondent, he say one Thursday evening after work, he was walking outside the KPCU Building to his Majengo house when he stumbled upon a letter addressed to him. “It was an invitation to cover a fundraising event for street children,” he says.
“I met a shamba boy (name withheld) dressed in black. He welcomed me saying the chief guest expected at the event was a powerful cabinet minister,” he claims.
Muli says at the entrance, the shamba boy stripped unclad and took him to a woman who introduced herself as Francisca from Kiambu. “She pulled a drawer, counted crispy Sh75,000(N267,000) notes and handed them to me,” he claims.
“When I arrived at about 5pm, I lied to my colleagues that I had hit a jackpot and invited them for drinks.”
Muli says he spent the cash in three days and decided to go back to the hall one more time. “I met Francesca once more and she led me to another office where I saw three screens written ‘Kenya,’ ‘Uganda,’ and ‘South Africa,’” he claims.
Inside the hall hung TV screens. On one of the screens, Muli says, he saw the face of his 18-month-old first born son. “Then a Unclad woman came, gave me a sharp razor, commanded me to cut the face of my son on the screen and gave me Sh85,000(305,000),” Muli adds.
“Three days later, my son died mysteriously. His private parts and tongue were missing when we buried him.”
Three months after the incident, he claims he was officially recruited as a member of the cult when the team leader took all his finger and toe prints. Thereafter, he started earning Sh9,000 every Friday, more money than the agency paid. So he quit.
With a steady flow of easy cash, he claims, he invested in the transport business and acquired a fleet of buses that operated between Nairobi-Kisumu and Eldoret-Nakuru-Nairobi.
Muli adds that in 1997, he sacrificed all the passengers aboard one of his buses near Kericho. “I was behind the grisly road accidents between Naivasha and Nakuru. I could board a bus or matatu and alight before the crash,” Muli claims.
“That period, I fed on women breasts and two glasses of human blood daily. By the time I quit, the cult had more than 500 followers in Nairobi. But all my wealth was taken by the cult when I quit.”
In 1997, Muli claims he quit when an angel appeared to him at night. “I woke up the following day at a church in Nairobi after falling nude from the ceiling and sending the faithful scampering for safety. The three women who remained covered my nudity The police were called, but since there was no damage on the ceiling, they left,” he claims.