Controversial preacher Paul Mackenzie of the Good News International church surprised journalists after asking them to buy him bread and milk.
This he thought was one way of returning their thanks to him after all the crazy news that has emerged from the Shakahola Cult.
Mackenzie, who was presented in court on Friday after being remanded for 30 days, is facing various charges, including the death of those who died and were buried in the mass graves in Shakahola.
When he made his request to the journalists, Mackenzie said that he was locked up and does not have the freedom to earn money and so it would be wise for the journalists to buy him bread and milk.
"You have made a lot of money but you can't even buy me bread. I am stressed, I can't even earn money. I'm not able to bring myself at least a packet of milk. At least bro, I'm in, you're out, or whatever, sir," Mackenzie told the journalists in a video clip that has been released.
Watch the video below;
It will be remembered that the controversial pastor is plagued by accusations of making his believers starve themselves of water and food to death in what he believed to be the only way to meet God.
So far, more than 240 corpses have been exhumed in the 800-acre Shakahola farm and last weekend speaking at a church service in Kirinyaga, CS Kithure Kindiki said that the third phase of exhuming corpses on the farm will start today.