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Witches hail Governor Ayade for sacking Special Adviser

A group in Cross River State, Advocacy For Witches (AFAW) has commended Governor Ben Ayade for dismissing his Special Adviser on Forest Security, Thomas Tawo popularly known as “General Iron”.

In a recent statement by its director, Leo Igwe, the group describes Tawo as a notorious witch hunter and “blood letter” who has been terrorising witches in Boki Local Government Area in central Cross River.

The witch group claimed that in 2020, Tawo led some witch hunters to abduct, torture and lynch about fifteen witches in Boki without anyone taking action against him.

“The victims of that vicious attack including his own mother who was allegedly tortured and set on fire and unfortunately Mr Tawo or any of those implicated in the atrocious act has yet to be arrested or prosecuted” the group stated.

“The sacking of this individual is long overdue; his dismissal should mark the end of the nightmare so-called witches have experienced in his hands,” AFAW added.

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2 Comments

  1. Holy ghost fire fire the useless witches there. In as much as we all celebrate the sack of the so called ‘general iron’ which was long over due the witches have no place in crs.

  2. How can witches speak against a real son of God the Father of Jesus Christ and even the Holy Bible was said that witches should not be allowed to survive and they’re not even ashamed of speaking of their Union in the public. Shame and may the Holy Ghost locate such environment now in Jesus name amen oooo

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