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“The President gave us US$20,000, but our leader Dr. Alhaji Sulaiman Kabba presented paltry US$5000,” words of some members of the Union of Traditional Healers as they vent out grievances to officials of Internal Affairs Ministry.
Juju men, they are called, last week stormed the office of Internal Affairs Minister to vent out their displeasures on the conduct of their leader Dr. Sulaiman.
Dressed in their native juju tradition, observers realized that the advent of the ‘Union of Traditional Healers’ came as a result of government’s call for the eradication of ‘witch guns’ at public offices.
“We love President Koroma. Now that we have the legal task to clean government offices of ‘fangay’ witch guns, it is our pleasure to say that our leader, Dr. Sulaiman, is a cheat and wants to derail efforts of government in the eradication of harmful public officers at public offices including State House,” traditional healers charged.
Credible information reveals how Juju men are using a government vehicle (hilux), constantly fuelled by State House.
It is no secret though that the purported President of the juju men’s union boasts having the blessing of President Koroma.
Revelations ejected from mouths of traditional doctors (Juju Men) say that top officials including government Ministers, intends importing Juju from Mali and Senegal in preparation for the 2012 Presidential and Parliamentary
“There is going to be a big battle in 2012. We know politicians do have the intentions to bring ‘Juju men’ from outside Sierra Leone, to help them influence things to their favour,” a group of juju men said.
“We like President Koroma and we want to see him win the 2012 elections. In fact, we are prepared and will give no chance to obstructionists.”
It must be recollected that in 2010, witch hunters (Ariogbos) engaged offices of the President at State House, to ritually identify persons believed to be witches, but are holding top offices.
It was also understood that the Ariogbos discovered witch items purportedly buried at State House, said to have been supernaturally created; and shall have acted as a means to obstruct President Koroma’s worked out plans.
Findings say President Koroma is a Christian, but butt in juju organizations.
It is a fact that President Koroma spent thousands of United State dollars to sponsor the Union of Traditional healers, which to all, is an organization that propagates witchery to the highest degree.
The inexplicable ambiguity surrounds the fact that as a Christian, President Koroma, seemed committing profanity in the Christian faith.
It is in fact ‘sacrilege’ to see Christians toe lines of ‘juju organizations.’
Sources say the leader of Union of Traditional Healers, Dr. Sulaiman, received US$20.000 donation from President Koroma, but submitted US$5000 to the general membership.
It is also disclosed to this press that the introduction of the Union of Traditional Healers came owing to agreement with government in the prevention and reduction of witch guns at offices of government.
It must be noted however that the Minister of Internal Affairs, Musa Tarawallie, and members of the juju organization agreed at thread of thoughts in relation to money offered them, why such a union exists, government’s involvement etc.
Sources say the juju men clearly, precisely, directly and confidently voiced out their heartfelt intentions of protecting President Koroma in the coming elections.
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