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As Witchcraft Explodes In Waterloo Head Of Council Of “Sowei” & Chief Adikalie “Baranta”

As Witchcraft Explodes In Waterloo Head Of Council Of “Sowei” & Chief Adikalie “Baranta”

The Head of National Council of Sowei, Madam Nanda Potho in connection with the Bolima Section Chief, Pa Adikalie King Kandeh Kamara have vowed to discourage all witch craft activities in the Western Rural District of Waterloo and the country at large.

Speaking during the weekend at Waterloo in a ceremony marking a witch confession involving an 11-years old girl, Nanda Potho representing the Sierra Leone Indigenous Traditional Healers Union (SLITHU) described the witch matter brought to Chief Adikalie as very dangerous and destructive for the family.

“In fact that prompted me to screen all alleged witches in the matter”, said the female wonderful herbalist in her traditional dress (Ronko) who properly screened the witches and non-witches.

The female herbalist expressed gratitude to the President of SLITHU, Alhaji Sulaiman Kabbah for appointing her as the Head of the National Council of Sowei in the country and extolled him for giving them opened hands to perform their functions independently.

She emphasized that only President Kabbah and team have the power and know-how to get rid of all dangerous witch craft activities across the country.

Nada Potho said a witch or wizard hardly answers or confesses but she used her professionalism to cure the innocent 2-years old boy who has been witched by the wicked and devilish family members adding that the 11-years old boy has been cured but wouldn’t get sleep during the day and at night to open his eyes so that he could see the witches because, according to her, the innocent soul has been disturbed by her grandmother and must be killed through witchcraft but her intervention has saved the life of the innocent boy.

Nanda Potho disclosed that the accused witch’s grandmother together with her family members have confessed that they are witches and wizards and mentioned that they are begging to resolve the matter but she would not agree until the soul and wellbeing of the 2-years old boy is regained.

“A witch can only be defended by a witch”, said the herbalist and boasted that she had conquered and exposed many witch craft cases across the length and breadth of the country and outside Sierra Leone. She concluded by calling on family members to not allow the devil to destroy them.

In his own side of the story, Chief Pa Adikalie King Kandeh Kamara narrated that an 11-years old girl had confessed that she is a witch and named four family members including her grandmother and one male as witches and wizards adding that the girl said the four accused persons were connived to eat and drink the blood of the 2-years old innocent boy who was carried by her tearing mother.

“Witch cases are widespread in this part of the country”, said Chief Adikalie and spoke about the need to regulate or control perilous witch cases and vowed that he will never and would not compromised any matter in his Court Barry adding that he invited a cross section of herbalists to investigate on the reality of the confession. “We are here to save lives and properties”, said Chief Adikalie and frowned that it is bad to initiate an innocent soul to witchcraft.

She concluded that they were going to deal with anyone named in any witchcraft activity and advised all to minimize their ways of doing things.

Speaking to one of the family members, Mr. Mohamed Bangura said whatever the herbalists said were final and confirmed that the witch devil was inherited from their ancestors  and appealed to Nanda Potho to help remove the devil from the family for their safety and prosperity.

By: Abdulai Mento Kamara

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