Human Trafficking in Africa through Witchcraft

Posted: January 14, 2013 in Underground Africa, Underground Stories
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africa slavesThrough ritual “oaths of protection”, witchcraft provides a convenient way to traffic and mentally dominate victims, who are easily silenced with the threat that any disobedience will be punished by the spiritual world. This has left the phenomenon hard to detect. The International Labour Organisation (ILO) has recently almost doubled its 2005 estimate, and revealed that there are currently 20.9 million victims of trafficking in the world. 3.7 million of these victims reside in Africa. Yet in 2011, there were only 257 prosecutions, 218 convictions and 10,094 victims identified on the continent.

http://allafrica.com/stories/201209181007.html

They hold these slaves through fear of death from god and the witch doctors.

“The literate and illiterate, the wealthy and poor, law enforcement agents, social welfare workers, law makers and most specifically the leaders of revivalist Pentecostal churches believe in child witches … All accidents, drunkenness, madness, smoking of marijuana, divorce, infertility, and misfortunes are perceived to be their handiwork.”
http://allafrica.com/stories/201209181007.html

The Witchlords are found in Ghana where millions of people are held captive by fear.
It does not matter if you’re educated or in political power, the witches have all of these people in bondage.

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