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Ugandan witchdoctor impregnates pastor’s barren wife


Ugandan witchdoctor impregnates pastor’s barren wife

A witchdoctor in Pallisa, Eastern Uganda, has sparked online attention by impregnating a pastor’s wife who had been unable to conceive for nearly a decade. Angella Atuko, the wife of a prominent clergyman in Agule, sought help from the witchdoctor after growing tired of her childless situation. News circulated that the witchdoctor had special abilities in helping infertile women, and Atuko visited him for traditional remedies.

Following her visit to the witchdoctor, Atuko became pregnant, bringing immense joy to her husband. However, tensions arose when the witchdoctor claimed credit for the pregnancy, rather than attributing it to divine intervention. This led to a heated exchange between the pastor and the witchdoctor, with the latter asserting that he was responsible for the pregnancy.

To resolve the conflict, the pastor’s wife eventually confessed that the pregnancy was indeed a result of the witchdoctor’s actions. Faced with embarrassment, stress, and criticism, the pastor decided to pack his wife’s belongings and eject her from their home.



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