Many Ugandans of all walks of life are increasingly getting fascinated by witchcraft and sorcery as evidenced by the many child sacrifices and missing human body parts of murder victims.
In the eastern Ugandan city of Jinja, folks were left dumb-founded when a man holding a plastic container was arrested trying to collect fresh blood gushing out of three victims of a road traffic accident. A man on a boda-boda motorcycle was carrying two passengers when he rammed into a stationary truck that killed the rider and one of the passengers he was carrying instantly, but the second passenger was left with serious injuries, though bleeding profusely.
A man suddenly appeared at the scene of the accident with some plastic container and was seen attempting to draw blood from the bleeding victim while frantically gathering the other pool of blood at the accident scene that issued from one of the dead passengers and the Boda-boda rider with his hands. Nothing like this had ever been heard of in Uganda before, but given the growing incidents of black magic and Jujus in this country, it was not completely surprising.
The police arrived at the scene of the accident and arrested the human blood collector and demanded for an explanation. Terrified by the crowd which wanted to lynch him there and then, the man told police that he had been handsomely paid money by someone to collect fresh human blood. It was at this point that police demanded that he calls the man who paid him to collect human blood to come for his goods.
When the real man behind this bizarre deal of collecting fresh human blood was called, he quickly responded by coming over to the scene with more containers. He shocked everybody else when it turned out that he was actually one of the Police officers in Jinja town, who earns side income from doing witchcraft and sorcery! He too was arrested to help in the investigations.
Many Ugandans of all walks of life are increasingly getting fascinated by witchcraft and sorcery as evidenced by the many child sacrifices and missing human body parts of murder victims. It may interest you to know that the majority Ugandans claim to be Christians and given the well known tenets of the Christian faith, collecting human blood from victims of road accidents does not come any where near what Christians are taught to practice. The problem is that many of us go to Church on Sundays and return to our dark ways immediately we are out of the Church building.