6 Mysterious Events to Happen in Africa

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Growing up as a kid in Africa. You just dont have a choice but to Believe in supernatural powers — including the power to transform human beings into animals and natural objects etc, you also get to hear, sometimes witness some of this strange events and most times this events are scientifically unexplainable like the ones below.

 

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6. MAN GOT STUCK IN A WOMAN

A Kenyan man who was cheating with another man’s wife got stuck in her in a guest house in Nairobi the capital of Kenya.

As it was told, The husband of the woman had suspected his wife was cheating on him, so he did what most men in Africa would do, he visited a witchdoctor who gave him a charm to be applied on his wife (without her knowledge), this charm supposedly was what caused the cheating man to get stuck inside her during the act.

After several failed attempts by the police to separate the two, they had to call in a local pastor but that was after the cheating man agreed to pay the husband Sh20,000 in compensation for sleeping with his wife.

After separating them, the cheating man was seen heading to the ATM to withdraw the promised sh20,000.

5. Bird Turns To Woman In Lagos

In may 21 2014, A bizarre occurrence took place in Ajegunle, a ghetto area of Lagos State Nigeria, when a bird that was flying in the sky, fell and transformed into an old woman.

The woman who later confessed to being a witch from Ibadan said  she came for a meeting in Lagos and was going back when the incident occurred.

Inorder to prevent the residents of the area from meting out jungle justice on the woman the police were called in by the traditional ruler of the community.

They rescued the woman and conveyed her in a patrol vehicle to the station.  Hundreds of spectators were said to have followed them to the station.

4. Mysterious Case of Missing Panties

Towards the end of 2014, women in Chibarirwa and Demawatema (zimbabwe) woke up without their panties. Somehow somebody or as some of them suspected, a witchdoctor removed their panties in the late of the night using black magic.

Although the panties were later found hanging from trees in a bushy area nearby, the victims refused to collect them back as they were scared.

This is not the first time that women in Gokwe have lost their panties under mysterious circumstances. This also happened in 2012, 26 women woke up to find their panties missing.

3. Mysterious Ring

In November 2014, Eric Buabeng a Ghanain teenager unsuspectingly picked up and wore a golden ring he saw by the roadside on his way home from church.

Shortly after, he felt the ring tightening up on his finger. According to him he tried removing it then but the ring wouldn’t come out.

Interventions by their local church pastors proved abortive also as even after hours and days of praying and fasting, the ring still refused to leave the boys finger.

His family are still sourcing for funds so as to carry out the operation to free his son from the evil ornament.

2. Goat Arrested on Suspicions of Being a Thief

Now how often does one see this. In 2009, Police in Nigeria arrested a goat handed to them by a vigilante group, which said it was a car thief who had used witchcraft to change shape to avoid been lynched.

No one knows for sure what later became of the goat, although some say the goat was later auctioned at $2.

1. Boy Turns Into A Yam

Three pupils of the Evangelist Primary School in Maiduguri, in Borno State, Nigeria rushed into the headmistresses’ office one early morning and said a friend of theirs, whose name was not given, had been transformed into yam after accepting sweet from a stranger.

The headmistress who later went with them to the scene with the pupils, found the yam and took it to the local police station where it was kept under guard.

Although the case was investigated, The culprit was never found. No one also knows know what later happened to the tuber of yam either.



Uzonna Anele
Anele is a web developer and a Pan-Africanist who believes bad leadership is the only thing keeping Africa from taking its rightful place in the modern world.

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