The Uganda government chemists stationed in Wandegeya Kampala have established that the blood-stationed clothes police recovered in Busabala shrines in Central Uganda district of Wakiso were for human beings.
The Uganda police discovered blood stained clothes, marijuana, herbs and fetishes during the search of traditional shrines in Busabala, Wakiso district. The search was led by the Inspector General of Uganda Police, Kale Kayihura.
The doctors in Wandegeya say the blood on clothes is for human beings although the witchdoctors police arrested during the operation still insist that it was for animals.
The development comes at a time when Uganda police have suspended the activities of traditional healers in Busabala and other areas of Kampala Metropolitan Region because of increasing incidents of human sacrifice.
Recently, Uganda Police discovered a mutilated body of unidentified man in Wakiso district. Police arrested suspected witchdoctors which the Uganda Police chief Kale Kayihura says will be charged with murder.
People in Uganda are increasingly consulting the services of traditional doctors to look for wealth, solve family problems and heal diseases among others. Sometimes the traditional doctor’s demand for bodies of human beings leading to increased cases of Human sacrifice in the country.
Uganda police chief recently formed an Anti-Human sacrifice department in the Uganda police force to reduce the practice.
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Walakira Nyanzi, Ultimate Media