FICTION: Limpopo Man A Well Known Witch In The Village
By Mthwakazi | self meida writer
Published 15 days ago - 3361 views
A Limpopo man was seen riding a broom to do witch craft in the village, he was riding during daylight in front of people he was not even ashamed. He was busy going around searching for a house that he can do witchcraft at, people were scared in the village because they never saw a witch during the day before.
Children were very scared and they ran to their home to hide because the man was also rumoured to be taking people's parts to use them for muti. Even old people were scared for their lives, and they did not want to be turned into zombies because the man was doing all kinds of witchcraft. He even had tokoloshe's who were running around the village and harrassing people, the village people had enough of this because he was making their lives miserable and he was having fun while doing horrible things to people.
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