“This guy is always standing by the side of the road at night on the N2 heading in the direction of Pongola. You go by him, and then immediately after, he jumps into your car and asks you to hold his baby for him. You are holding the baby, and he is once again outside. You pull over to give him back his baby, and he immediately vanishes with the baby, along with your car mirrors and lights “Someone was giving testimony about what goes on at the N2 during the night, and this was the initial Twitty that they wrote.
A great number of people came forward to provide testimony about incidents that were very similar to those that had happened to them.
At night, many roads are also home to spooky spirits. People will be hiking all over the place, including in the middle of the road and right next to your vehicle. Families, please go to the place where their loved ones passed away and take the spirits there. Those ghosts are after our very souls.
“It actually occurred to me. On the side of the road he was standing. I make an effort to be quick, and he followed me until I accidentally bumped into him before stopping. He vanished into thin air. Even the police were unable to locate anyone. In addition, there was no blood on the car.”
Sangoma, Polyandrous Gogo Skhotheni Admits Using “Umuthi” On Her Second Husband
As Shockingly Polyandrous Sangoma, the Shocker Gogo Skhotheni Admits That She Employed the “Umuthi” Method on Her Second Husband
Following her recent confession that she had used umuthi on her second spouse, controversial sangoma and reality personality Gogo Skhotheni has left Mzansi in a state of shock.
Patricia Tumi Motsoeneng, better known by her stage name Gogo Skhotheni, recently wed a man who is not her first husband. She and her first husband, who is known as Mr. Shange, have been married for two years.
In an interview with TimesLive, Gogo Skhotheni discussed her polyandrous relationship, in which she had two husbands, and said that she was required to perform a ritual in which she gave her second husband isidliso.
She claimed that her second husband’s jealousy was the impetus behind her decision to resort to using umuthi on him.
“I had no choice but to [give him isdliso] because he was being so envious, and I needed to calm him down so that he could still comprehend that I am the one who makes the decisions… Because it is necessary for them to get along with one another, it is impossible for me to accomplish this task without the assistance of umuthi.
Gogo Skhotheni defended herself by stating that all she was doing was deepening the existing love between the two of them. She went on to say that in order to keep their love going strong, the ritual was something that had to be performed by her. She compared what she was doing to the process of preparing meat and seasoning it.
“It’s not about beginning a new love; rather, it’s about ukwandisa (strengthening) the love that already exists, and all you’re doing is adding some flavor to it.” It’s similar to cooking meat and then seasoning it after it’s been cooked.
You’re putting a mark on it to make sure it’s a lifetime thing, and I don’t want to leave it because I don’t want to lose it. They already have that love, but you make it strong so that it doesn’t go anywhere. It’s not like you’re giving someone something they don’t know they don’t know.
Gogo Skhotheni disclosed in her discussion of her second husband that, despite the fact that her ancestors had told her who her second husband would be, she had known him for a very long time, had fallen in love with him, and had cheated on him during their relationship.
At the moment, she maintains separate households with each of her husbands.