A Kenyan witch doctor has claimed that women who sleep naked risk becoming barren.
Ali Maalim Bakari aka Mganga wa Nyuki told The Nairobian:
“Many people don’t know that sleeping naked especially for women is not safe. That is how ghosts show up at night and have sex with some ladies making them barren.
These women lack sex appetite. I always advise women to wear something, even a panty alone,“ he said.
Bakari also claims he advises women to dispose their used pads properly since evil spirits can use the pads to block their uterus.
“For instance, when a client complains of poor performance in bed, I urge them to spice up their bedroom game and also check on diet. Further, women should not throw their pads aimlessly, since that is what people use to block their uterus,” he said.
Ali Maalim Bakari aka Mganga wa Nyuki says he has been practising his witchcraft for the past 10 years.
He revealed that he inherited his powers from his late dad and underwent a secret oath that involved slaughtering two cocks inside Kinunguna cave in Kilifi.
“I inherited this gift from my late father. It is a normal thing to pass this gift to your kids. In our case, we are three sons in our family, but my brother refused and I took over.
Our ancestors were not happy with him and they made him lose one eye,” the 32-year-old man born and bred in Kwale said.
He claims he has also treated politicians who seek his services during campaigns.
“They usually come for charms to attract crowds in rallies and beat their competitors. To help them, I smear special oil on their underwear and clothes that they must wear when going to meet rivals or crowd,” he said.
He claims his powers are matchless and has helped people trace their stolen property through the use of bees, snakes and ants.
“For me to command bees or safari ants, the owner must prove ownership of the property. Say for example, it is a stolen car, the owner must provide genuine documents. From there, I command either bees, ants or snakes from Kinunguna cave to attack the victim, who must surrender the stolen goods,” he said, adding that, he charges depending on the value of the property.
“If the vehicle is Sh5 million, I only ask for Sh50,000 for the service, for other problems, I ask for payment afterwards,” he said.