Sunday, 11 June 2017

Bald Men at risk of being Used for Rituals in Mozambique

Bald men in Mozambique could be focuses of ritual attacks, police have cautioned, after the current executing of five men for their body parts. Two suspects have been captured in the central district of Milange, where the killings happened.

"The conviction is that the head of a bald man contains gold," said Afonso Dias, a police officer in Mozambique's central Zambezia area. Pale skinned (Albino) person individuals have additionally been murdered in the region for ritual purposes. Three men have been slaughtered in the previous week alone.

The BBC's Jose Tembe in the capital, Maputo, says police think the thought of an uncovered head containing gold is a stratagem by witchdoctors to inspire customers to take a person’s head to them
"Their intention originates from superstition and culture – the nearby group thinks bald people are rich," Commander Dias is accounted for as having told a question and answer session in Maputo. The suspects are two youthful Mozambicans matured around 20, the AFP news office reports.

A local security representative, Miguel Caetano, revealed to AFP that one of the casualties had his take cut off and his organs expelled. The organs were to be utilized as a part of rituals to propel the abundance of customers in Tanzania and Malawi, Mr Caetano stated, refering to the suspects.



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