He claims to have witnessed women witches transform into men and have sex with married women to the point of impregnating some
A while back, the 71-year-old man was sleeping in his room when he suddenly heard someone pulling his left leg (no pun intended). He woke up in time to struggle with the force which he describes as ‘gripping.’
He says it was a fierce manoeuvre as he struggled to disengage himself from the tenacious grip of a human hand. Although he eventually managed to disengage himself from the grip, his skin nearly peeled off from the struggle which, he says, lasted several minutes.
What is more, Hussein’s health started deteriorating after the strange attack, and was hospitalised at the Coast Province General Hospital (CPGH) for three weeks: “Doctors said the stroke was as a result of diabetes, but I knew deep within me that somebody, ‘a mwanga,’ was behind my deteriorating health,” he says.
Mzee Hussein, a staunch Muslim, says his faith in God could not allow him to visit a witchdoctor. He claims he has witnessed cases where women witches transform into men and have sex with married women to the point of impregnating some of their victims.
“There are also those who transform into men and have sex with men,” Mzee Hussein says.