Thieves caught sleeping after breaking into a house and stealing household items – Is this witchcraft?-Video

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Thieves caught sleeping after breaking into a house and stealing household items – Is this witchcraft?-Video

Thieves caught sleeping after breaking into a house and stealing household items – Is this witchcraft?-Video
Thieves caught sleeping after breaking into a house and stealing household items – Is this witchcraft?-Video

 

A group of thieves who picked the wrong house in Pretoria, South Africa fell asleep during burglary. The thieves were found asleep close to their exploits by the gogo who they had attempted to steal from.

In a video that has gone viral, an old woman who lives at Hammanskraal in Tshwane woke up in the middle of the night only to find her door wide open, yet she closed it before she went to bed. When she went to close the door again, she found her furniture outside and two thieves sleeping on her doorstep.

She then called her neighbor to come and witness what was happening in her yard. She then told her neighbor that the thieves thought she was not home for the Easter weekend, and sadly for them, she tricked them and poured something in the yard to endure that should anyone try to break in, they immediately fall asleep.

 

The public believes that this is the best security system to keep thieves away from people’s homes, that when they wake up they should find themselves behind bars instead of mob justice. They add that taking the law into one’s own hands works better if it is to help the police catch criminals.

Some say that most thieves use muti to make their victims fall asleep and they wake up to an empty house in the morning. However, if the thief does not use the muti correctly, they end up hypnotizing themselves and being the ones that fall asleep.

 

Twitter is going crazy and here are some of the comments;

“This muthi is called “Nyangomba” in my culture, even when doors are open the thieves can’t find way to go out, until they fall asleep. This muthi can make a thug to unmove when get inside your yard.”

“Can’t it be used to free Africans from bondage? Or it only works on Africans when it comes to petty stuff like burglary? I mean, why are we subjugated if we have supernatural powers?”

“Now I’m in North West, and I never checked it here in Bush, but when I get back to Eswatin I will bring it.”

“My late grandmother was a sangoma I used to mix it to people, but you can get this in eswatin, mpumalanga and Mozambique”

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