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Pastors Cleanse Bewitched Wundanyi Hall 

Shocked residents look at the paraphernalia suspected to contain witchcraft found at the Wundanyi Social hall in Taita Taveta County during the Biometric registration exercise.

Picture by Rose Mwatee




Pastors in Wundanyi Town held prayers and burnt witchcraft paraphernalia discovered at the veranda of the County Social hall where the ongoing Biometric Data collection and registration of Civil servants was taking place.

Pastors from the Global Mission Church  led by Pastor Emanuel Mbaya peruse witchcraft  paraphernalia found at Wundanyi Social Hall where the Biometric registration of Public Servants was taking place. Picture by Rose Mwatee

Pastors from the Global Mission Church led by Pastor Emanuel Mbaya peruse witchcraft paraphernalia found at Wundanyi Social Hall where the Biometric registration of Public Servants was taking place.
Picture by Rose Mwatee

Emmanuel Mbaya who led the pastors from the Global Gospel Mission Church during a cleansing prayer session urged the residents, especially civil servants to ignore the witchcraft.

Pastor Emanuel Mbaya of the Global Mission Church ( in the middle) burning the items after conducting cleansing prayers at the same place.  Picture by Rose Mwatee

Pastor Emanuel Mbaya of the Global Mission Church ( in the middle) burning the items after conducting cleansing prayers at the same place.
Picture by Rose Mwatee

‘’I urge you to consider the intended intentions by the owner of the paraphernalia as null and void for God’s power is above all’’ said Pastor Mbaya.

He further said the person or persons behind the charms may have wanted to scare the civil servants and the residents of the rather quiet town.

‘’Witches are retrogressive and the main weapon they use is to instill fear among the people. Once scared, people will turn to them to seek fortifying powers, therefore cashing on the same’’ he added.

Public servants streaming to the hall stumbled into strange looking charms systematically laid out at the veranda near the rear entry of the building.

Among the items were three bottles with yellowish liquid, roast and dried bananas and cassava stash in nylon paper bags, ripe bananas, sugar canes, pieces of wood tied with red cloth and three bundles of green branches.

A shocked Ms. Rose Andrew who runs a hotel at the building said she discovered the items in the morning.

By Rose Mwatee

 

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