Ms Musokotwane said it was unfortunate that some members of the community in Kazungula were accusing teachers of engaging in witchcraft and Satanism because they owned a lot of money and cars.
Speaking in an interview yesterday, Ms Musokotwane said the
"I think the community is to blame over increasing accusations thatsome teachers are practicing witchcraft and Satanism in Kazungula
District. Nowadays teachers have more money and they are able to access loans. But the community always think that teachers are Satanists when they buy expensive cars," she said.
"Teachers can even manage to sell their maize but villagers usually conclude that teachers are Satanists.
Anyway, I wouldn't say much because I don't believe in witchcraft or Satanism because I don't have any evidence," Ms Musokotwane said.
On Tuesday this week, Headman Sikombwa, Inambao Mutema of Chief Sekute in
He said one of the teachers at
"The named teacher was even locked up at
Mr Chitambo said that the named teacher, whom he declined to name, was detained for offenses of assault and he was already appearing in court.
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