Sign up, start voting on articles and create your own news feeds! | Login | Create a free account

Tourists seek witch doctors’ services

Italian tourists are flocking to Magarini to seek the services of Mijikenda witch doctors.

Most of them come for treatment of chronic diseases and to know the sources of their problems.

On Saturday, 80 Italian tourists visited a cultural centre in Magarini and paid for healing, and to learn Mijikenda culture. The guests were members of a yoga and herbalist group in Venice.

Traditionally, most tourists come for holiday. However, witch doctors say they now come for traditional healing as well.

On Saturday, during the traditional ‘ramli’ (fortune-telling), one tourist was told he was...


comments powered by Disqus

Published By: the-star - Monday, 9 July