Witchcraft: Good Samaritan Stranded With 6 Bewitched Disabled Orphans After Selling All Property To Raise Them

Witchcraft: Good Samaritan Stranded With 6 Bewitched Disabled Orphans After Selling All Property To Raise Them


By Michael Atwakiire   

Sheema: Annet  Kebirungi, 30, a Good Samaritan in Rushare village, Rweicumu ward, Masheruka town council in  Sheema, district is stranded with 6 totally disabled orphans, after she sold all her property to look after them.

Kebirungi, a paternal aunt of the disabled orphans,  told our reporter that she has been looking after them for over 9 years ever since her brother Hannington Sambu (their Father) and her in-law Masika Harriet (mother of the orphans) died.

The disabled orphans Annet Kebirungi is taking care of

She explained that “All six children were born healthy
but  their problem  started after my brother quarreled and fought
with a Mutwa man in Katwe, Kasese, who cursed and bewitched him.


The Mutwa man claimed that he was beaten because of
his size and height (Batwa are short people). He told my brother that none of
his children will ever be taller than him.”

She added that; “After a few weeks the children
started shivering and later all of them became disabled, whereby only four can
manage to crawl and the other two can’t.”

Kebirungi revealed that the situation worsened when her
brother hanged himself after seeing all his children had become crippled.

Shortly after his death, the mother of the orphans
also abandoned them and later died due to stress, hence leaving her (Kebirungi)
with the responsibility of raising the kids.

The poor man said she was forced to leave her job such
that she could look after the orphans since they had no other relative to help them.

Since the children keep falling sick yet she has no
money to cater  for medical bills,
Kebirungi agreed with her mother to sell her only piece of land, hoping that
they could get specialised medical attention for the orphans but it was all in

A few years later a Good Samaritan from Canada  donated to them six wheelchairs but that as of
now, the wheelchairs are no more, so the children have to crawl.


Because of the disabilities and poverty at home, the
orphans have since dropped out of school; the eldest Nankunda Apophia, 21 years,
managed to complete P.7 last year  but didn’t
continue due to lack of school fees, Nyangoma Mbambo, 19 years, dropped out in
P.2, Moreen Kabira,18,  dropped out in
P.6, Nyakato Winnie,16,  dropped out in
Baby Class, while the two never joined school since they can’t talk, hear, walk  and are completely paralysed. (vulcanpost.com)

Kebirungi urged the public and government to help her
financially, academically and socially by contacting her on her mobile phone
number 0772492601, because she is totally helpless and extremely poor after
selling off all her property to be able to raise the disabled orphans.

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