Cult leader condemns media coverage

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BY GEORGE MANFORD

AUKI

THE leader of the cult movement in Malaita, Kemmeul Kaleni, has condemned the way media has been reporting news without taking his side of the story.

In an interview with Island Sun, Kaleni said news agencies should contact him for comments before publishing anything relating to him or his movement.

He expressed being shocked by the amount of ‘lies’ circulating in the mainstream social media.

“I am not happy with stories that publish in the newspaper against me.

“Where did the media get the stories?

“Complainers should come free and talk to me rather than going out to the media.”

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Kaleni dismissed claims that his group goes by the name “Message of the Kingdom”.

“Kingdom movement is not a church as people use to label against me and my group.

“The message that I’ve been preaching is about the god where all Christians believe on.

“I’ve been encouraging men, women, youths, and children to return to God’s kingdom.

“It appeared people have misunderstood my teachings and took the message wrongly.

“In my teachings, I don’t talk against anyone or any church for that matter.

“I only advise people to repent from their sins and return to serve the Lord.

“I am surprised that my teachings and messages have been misinterpreted and taken out of context.”

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