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Kenyan pastor chopped to pieces

A pastor's head was on Thursday recovered.

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Nicholas Kibagendi’s body had been mutilated when neighbours spotted.

His torso was also recovered 150 metres away from his home.

The Seventh Day Adventist (SDA) pastor had been missing for more than a month.

According to reports, Mr Kibagendi left his home at Riensune village on Thursday 20th April, at around 8.am after receiving a call.

Confirming the reports, the deceased wife mentioned that after Kibagendi received a phone call he headed to Keroka town on foot. That was the last day she ever heard from him.

“He left as we were preparing for breakfast but did not return. I was worried and I called his two lines around noon but they were both off,” the wfe was quoted by the Standard.

Th 54-year old was attached to Nyamira SDA Conference headquarters.

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