Uganda Witch Doctor Charged With Lying About Child Sacrifices

February 25, 2010

Uganda (ChattahBox) – A former witch doctor has been charged with lying during a BBC news report about conducting human sacrifices on seventy people, most children.

Polino Angela claimed in a BBC Newsnight episode that he had killed dozens of children for spells and potions created for paying customers.

He has since become a campaigner to end human sacrifice in his home country, a problem that local authorities have been cracking down on in recent years.

But authorities say he was lying, a claim that Angela denies. He has been arrested for the charges.

BBC correspondent Tim Whewell is also wanted on charges of providing false information.

Human sacrifice, especially involving children, is still an occasional practice in some African tribes.

In 2005, a report from the UK authorities was leaked, which described the problem of child trafficking in Britain for the sake of human sacrifices.

Source


Comments

2 Responses to “Uganda Witch Doctor Charged With Lying About Child Sacrifices”

  1. Managing ICT transformation in University Education in Uganda: Justification,Problem and Way forward | Phase Transformation Material Geek on February 26th, 2010 11:09 pm

    [...] Uganda Witch Doctor Charged With Lying About Child Sacrifices … [...]

  2. We’ve heard of sacrificing something for Lent, but not CHILDREN… | usDemoCrazy on February 28th, 2010 11:04 am

    [...] Sacrifice and Trafficking Task Force (well, that’s a mouthful) to try to stop the problem.  Children are being trafficked into Uganda for sole sake of child sacrifices. What’s worse is that they think that the problem is growing, partly because much of the [...]

Got something to say? **Please Note** - Comments may be edited for clarity or obscenity, and all comments are published at the discretion of ChattahBox.com - Comments are the opinions of the individuals leaving them, and not of ChattahBox.com or its partners. - Please do not spam or submit comments that use copyright materials, hearsay or are based on reports where the supposed fact or quote is not a matter of public knowledge are also not permitted.