Murang'a family seeks help when their sisters behaving like snakes

Murang'a family seeks help when their sisters behaving like snakes

- Two sisters from Murang'a county are in dire need of prayers after exhibiting snake-like behaviour

- The two are believed to be suffering from a witchcraft spell 

- Their mother says she is usually taken to the cemetery by the spirits

A family in Murang’a are seeking for spiritual help for their two daughters who shockingly started behaving like a snake.

Muran'ga family seeks help for sisters behaving like snakes

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Grace Wanjiru and Malka Mburu have been exhibiting snake-like tendencies hissing and puffing for the last four months.

The sisters display uncontrolled bodily movements, jerking, jumping and throwing themselves on the ground with their eyes rolled into the back of their heads.

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Grace Wanjiku and Malka Mburu having a demonic attack at their home. Image - Star

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Their mother, Wanjiru said she has also been sick with unexplained sickness and demonic attacks.

Mburu claims that in their previous home in Kenol sub-county, she got visions of a 'very big snake' keeping vigil in their homestead.

The family is now appealing to well-wishers and spiritual leaders to pray for divine intervention.

Muran'ga family seeks help for sisters behaving like snakes

James Kahara (inset) and slithering on the floor. Photo: Citizen

The incident is similar to an incident in Murang’a who shocked residents after he started behaving like a snake hissing and slithering.

James Kahara reportedly killed a cobra on the road before he started exhibiting strange characters.

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