Blame government, not witchcraft

Its not witchcraft but state-led failure, the author argues PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO
Its not witchcraft but state-led failure, the author argues PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO

This disposition does not seek to refute nor condone the perception or reality of the existence of witchcraft.

For those who hasten to rebut, the gist of this treatise is to expose the danger in blaming witchcraft and witches or occults instead of blaming the political system for failing the people.

The argument is that the witchcraft scapegoat is likely to exonerate politicians or the government from blame. 

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