The National Police Service (NPS) has issued an alert on a new cult allegedly recruiting university students in Kenya.
The group is known as Young Blud Saints and is said to have a growing presence in universities within Nairobi.
According to the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI), members of the group believe in three gods; true god, false god and random god.
Random god, they believe, is the one who fails them as he is not firm with decisions and does not offer straight answers.
Police further claimed that members of the cult are expected to sacrifice what they love the most to prove their loyalty to the organization.
[caption caption="DCI Chief George Kinoti"][/caption]
Police called on the public to stay vigilant and asked parents to ensure their children are not recruited into what they termed 'evil organizations'.
They were also asked to seek psychological guidance from professional counsellors and religious institutions if they noticed strange behaviour from their children.
The DCI disclosed that they were closely monitoring the group's activities.
A number of Kenyans came out to question the alert as they argued that Freedom of Worship is enshrined in the constitution.
"But there is freedom of worship in Kenya so I don't know why you people feel that some religions are not right while yours is right," one wrote in response.
[caption caption="Anti-riot police arrest a university student during a past protest in Nairobi"][/caption]