Magical Powers Vanish: Tsholotsho Tsikamutanda Falls Ill Before Witchcraft Artefacts Ceremony
A Tsholotsho Tsikamutanda known for recovering witchcraft artefacts ceremonies, falls ill, before conducting a cleansing ceremony. Nqobizitha Moyo (27), suddenly fell sick from a suspected food poisoning, leaving him battling for his life.
Tsikamutanda’s Mysterious Illness Delays Ceremony
On Tuesday, Moyo was supposed to lead a cleansing ceremony in Ntulani Village. However due to sickness, he failed to show up, leaving the gathered crowd bewildered, as they were waiting to experience his much-hyped magical cleansing powers.
A Village in Shock
Vincent Hadebe, the head of Ntulani Village, expressed his shock at Moyo’s absence and the unexpected turn of events. Moyo’s assistants informed the village that he had fallen ill after consuming mopane worms and was vomiting blood.
“On Tuesday morning, Moyo’s assistants called us to say that he was unable to attend the cleansing ceremony because he had fallen ill after eating mopane worms. They said that he was vomiting blood and they feared for his life,” said headman.
Postponement and Hope for Recovery
The cleansing ceremony, which had attracted the presence of Chief Magama and other traditional leaders, had to be postponed due to Moyo’s illness. Hadebe expressed his distress and hoped for Moyo’s speedy recovery so that he could fulfill his role in addressing the challenges faced by the community.
Understanding and Disappointment
Despite the disappointment of the attendees, they empathized with Moyo’s situation and recognized his reputation as a powerful Tsikamutanda. They understood the need for him to heal before continuing his important work.
Moyo’s Past Accomplishments
Moyo’s reputation grew after previous cleansing ceremonies where he successfully recovered various witchcraft artefacts from homes, including baboons, monkeys, snakes, animal heads, and peculiar cloths. He also played a crucial role in healing pupils afflicted by a mysterious knee ailment.
The village eagerly awaits Moyo’s recovery, hoping he will return to continue his invaluable work. Recently, H-Metro questioned the credibility of healers like Moyo, who utilize supernatural powers and charge fees for their services.