Pros And Cons Of Witchcraft

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5.2 Conclusions
Witchcraft is known to be spiritual powers that can be used by witches to cause an event to occur either good or bad and in this case it is mostly the bad that dominate. The study found that witchcraft is identified by using supernatural powers, through the exhibition of extreme anti-social behaviour patterns and sudden misfortunes and mysterious deaths hence the study concludes that witchcraft exist and has been overwhelmingly supported by respondents.

The study found that witchcraft can be received in the form of gift, through food from friends, one can buy it, one acquires it through family lineage, and through gifting and moreover, old age/isolation one can be branded as a witch, wretchedness can lead one to be branded
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The study therefore concludes that the kind of treatment given to alleged witches are against their human rights and brings shame to the person alleged to be a witch.

The study concludes that alleged witches are forced to created witch camps by the chiefs and elders of the communities when the alleged witch is being accused, fetish priests sometime make such pronouncements and in some cases by their relatives and they are also confronted with physical torture, mental problems, and financial problems.

5.3 Recommendations
The study found that witchcraft is identified by using supernatural powers, through the exhibition of extreme anti-social behavior patterns and sudden misfortunes and mysterious deaths hence the study concludes that witchcraft exist and has been overwhelmingly supported by respondents. The study recommended that, harmless measures should be adopted by stakeholders like chiefs, fetish priests and families to effectively deal with purported supernatural power possessed by an
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