Three Sorceress Admitted that they have mistakenly taken the life of a Village Chief in Egenda Village, in Nipa Southern Highlands Province.
Source: Kowi Wolin Korit
A village chief ( late Wolin Korit) who passed away late last month had no symptoms of illness, he was at the age of 50-55 years old when he passed on. He was returning from market place when he suddenly collapsed and died.
With great despair, the sons of the late chief used a traditional ritual called Tombol “Bamboo stick” ( which is still actively used in the Wola area) to identify the causes of their fathers sudden death.
Surprisingly the Bamboo pointed to one of the three sorceress who were involved in taking the life of the innocent man.
Surprisingly the woman admitted that three of them mistakenly took out the heart of the late chief. She pointed out another two of her comrades and all of them admitted that they have eaten the heart of Late Wolin Korit.
Most of you may not agree but Sorcery is real!
Let’s define sorcery first; according to the Oxford Dictionary; Sorcery is supernatural power or the ability to use supernatural powers—witchcraft or magic. The word sorcery often (though not always) refers to so-called black magic—magic used for evil purposes. It’s a spiritual manifestation!
However, the sons of the late chief decided not to do anything with the three women but they have advised the women to refrain from practising Sorcery and do compensation for the deceased.
The picture attached herein shows the three women being brought to the Ples Sing2 for indept interrogation without any harm.
First time in the history of Sorcery related killings and torturing, the three women were kept safely by the tribesmen.
Don’t spread false rumors;the women are not tortured, they are only being questioned.
Besides all the three women admitted that they have eaten the heart of Late Wolin Korit.