THE nine men who confessed to practising sorcery in Upper Bena, Eastern Highlands, should be the executed.
The death penalty must punish those who commit sorcery.
And, yes, sanguma is real and they operate in all kinds of ways, even though you can’t prove it.
I would like to say that those sanguma (sorcerers) who are being rescued from churches are just lucky.
They are only using the name of the church to say that they’re innocent.
The only thing that stands between them and the death penalty is that the unseen cannot be proven by the law.