Superstitious beliefs can be used as an instrument of good or evil. But in the hands of human traffickers, you can probably guess what it’s being used for. I don’t know about you, but here at STOP THE TRAFFIK, staff found themselves rather disturbed by recent news story narrating the witchcraft murder of 15 year … Read more
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