De law however harsh can’t end witchcraft/Only education of the mind

.hmmessage P { margin:0px; padding:0px } body.hmmessage { font-size: 10pt; font-family:Verdana } The issues of  demonic spirits aka, emisambwa, abalogo, emizimu, etc..are not  simple matters which can be  directed  to the Ministry of education for educators to “educate the mind…!”  For goodness sake, this is  a spiritual matter, which can only be fought and dealt with in the spiritual realms.

The most unfortunate part of the problem is that witchcraft is worshiped all the way from the top. for instance, Museveni, believes that the practice of witch-craft is a ‘religion” of some sort.  Therefore, he would not interfere with them as long as  they describe themselves as such.

In the case of his Vice-President, Bukenya, it is not too long ago when he was caught visiting and consulting with a witch  somewhere in Masaka.

The Bible teaches us that we do not fight against “flesh and blood but against principalities in the heavenly places…” The things of the spirit are dealt with from a spiritual angle, in the same way, physical things are dealt with from a physical point of view.

It is high time the church in Uganda stood up and be counted in the war against the spirit behind human sacrifices. This is not a war the Police, Jugdes, politicians or educators can fight, because, evidently, we now know some of the top officials in the categories mentioned are practicing member’s of the organized with-craft society.


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