Fearing the apocalypse, East African Christians sell all their possessions and move to Ethiopia

Hundreds of Christians from East African countries, affiliated with the Church of the Apostles of Christ in Uganda, crossed into Ethiopia for fear of “judgment day”. Members of the sect believe that life will begin again in post-apocalyptic Ethiopia.

Police spokesman Oscar Ogeca said in a statement that hundreds of Ugandan Christians feared the apocalypse and that it would affect their region.

According to him, the sect members believe that life will start again in post-apocalyptic Ethiopia and sold all their possessions before moving.

“Residents of the village of Obululum in eastern Uganda went to Ethiopia, thinking that it was the only safe place in the apocalypse”, said the spokesman Ogeca, who emphasized that the investigation into this matter has also started.

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