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Ritual Killers in Malawi Exposed In Secret BBC Investigation

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The Operations of several ritual killers have been exposed in a secret investigation carried out by British Broadcasting Corporation, BBC investigative journalists.

In the footage obtained secretly by BBC, the ritual killers were seen explaining how they open the skull of their victims who are mainly children and use body parts to make charms for success.

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Ritual Killers in Malawi Exposed In Secret BBC Investigation

Both ritual killers had offered to behead a child, crack open their skull and remove their brain to bring business success to the undercover reporters.

The BBC had been investigating a series of gruesome murders in Malawi in which the victims had been discovered beheaded and dismembered with several body parts missing

According to one of the ritual killers in the secret recording,

“We take the head. If you want, we can break the skull and take out the brain.”  His accomplice adds “Or we can crack the skull and pull out the tongue.”

 

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Ritual Killers in Malawi Exposed In Secret BBC Investigation

The obvious leader of the two who called himself Kamaga explained to the BBC reporters that human head and genitals were most powerful for bringing success to one’s business success.

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The undercover reporters met Kamanga a second time at night, when he and another accomplice offered to kill children and drink their blood.

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Ritual Killers in Malawi Exposed In Secret BBC Investigation

Things however took a twist in the course of the investigation when angry villagers discovered the crew and the ritual killers at the meeting point.

The angry villagers attacked the party believing everyone to be ritual killers while one of the investigative journalists was nearly stabbed with his suit torn by a knife pressed to his back.

The BBC crew was however saved by local police as well as a local chief in the area; they however sustained serious injuries from the beating and stoning from the villagers.

Both ritual killers also escaped during the confusion while the BBC crew abandoned the investigation.

Yinusa McBrian Momoh is an enthusiastic individual who believes in the greatest good for the greatest number as well as a creative Wordsmith with interests in Management Training, Research, Content Development and Digital Marketing

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