Popular TV presenter and winner of Big Brother Africa 5, Uti Nwachukwu, has said there are witches among us and they are not even invisible.
The media personality cum actor, made this statement while condemning people who are envious of other people’s successes and personal growths.
He likened these set of witches, adding that the witchcraft is not gender specific as it could be manifest with either the female or male.
He said the trait of unhealthy jealousy can be easily spotted and asked people to beware so they can run as fast as possible when they see one.
Uti Nwanchuckwu called this set of people out in an Instagram post on Friday, June 21, saying that theses ‘witches’ walk among us and are regular people.
“Witchcraft is being uncomfortable and pained by another person’s growth or achievements. “Witches (female and male) walk amongst us like regular people. You can spot them by identifying this trait.Beware! And fleeeeee.”
Uti was recently under fire when he stated that Cee-C of the 2018 Big Brother Naija realty TV fame is the most successful of the housemates for the year.
Nwachukwu intended to show love and support when he declared Cee-C the most successful housemate, making the others feel more or less, like failures.
Cee-C however in her reaction to the backlash Uti got after he praised her, has said most of the other contestants on the show in 2018 are foolish and find it hard to decipher a simple statement.
The reality TV star has although not been in good terms with most of the other ex-housemates.