Twenty-one bodies have been found so far on land owned by a pastor in coastal Kenya who was arrested for telling his followers to fast to death. Malindi sub-county police chief John Kemboi said more shallow graves have yet to be dug up on the land belonging to pastor Paul Makenzi, who was arrested on April 14 over links to cultism. Police had been told there were dozens of shallow graves spread across Makenzi’s farm and digging started on Friday. The pastor has been arrested twice before, in 2019 and in March of this year, in relation to the deaths of children. Local politicians have urged the court not to release him this time, decrying the spread of cults in the Malindi area.