Ghost House: Man Faints After Sangomas Dig Up Tokoloshe

Ghost House: Man Faints After Sangomas Dig Up Tokoloshe

FROM THE day Mpho Mokone moved into his new house, he lived a life of hell as he fought against evil.

But after years, it became clear that one sangoma was not enough and he got a team of powerful healers.


It was supposed to be a joyous occasion when Mpho Mokone moved into his new home in Brits, North West, in 2020.

But the 39-year-old man had no peace as mysterious things started happening, Daily Sun Reports.

He said evil spirits, such as ghosts or tokoloshes, started affecting his daily living and happiness with his family.

Mpho said he didn’t know that the house he bought from his brother was actually a ghost house.

“I have been struggling to sleep.

“My wife left me last year in June.

“I lost my job and my money has just disappeared,” he said.

He said he had no choice but to call powerful sangomas recommended by other people to come and help him.

On Monday, 17 October, the four sangomas gathered at Mpho’s home and a gruesome discovery was made.

Daily Sun witnessed the scene as juju consisting of a goat’s skull, a razor blade, a padlock, goat’s feet and juju tied with a cloth were found buried at the front and at the back of the house.

Owner of the house faints after tokoloshe was uncovered.
As the digging continued, Mpho fainted in shock and disbelief but was soon revived. He said the house was madness.

“I would sometimes hear the sound of a car coming into my yard through the gate in the middle of the night but when I got up to look, I would find nothing,” he said.

“Sometimes I heard footsteps in the house and the tap in the bathroom opening.

“I would go and check and there would be nobody. There were bad spirits in the yard.”

Mpho is pleading with people who use evil spirits to stop doing so.

“It hurts innocent people,” he said.

“I didn’t stop my wife from leaving because I realised that there were bad spirits in my yard.”

Mpho said that he has tried sangomas and prophets, but it never made any difference.

“I have suffered enough. I have lost my family, my money and a job,” he said.

Traditional healer Douglas Sibanda said the man consulted him after realising that there were bad spirits roaming in the house. “I believe that you can use God and ancestors to have a better house,” he said.

“What was discovered here is really bad and it was going to terrorise Mpho for the rest of his life.”

He said the juju was very strong.

“That is why you have all of us here to fight this,” he said.

Traditional healer Kuppe Banda said people use powerful juju to get wealthy and be above others.

“People who use bad spirits affect innocent people who don’t know anything,” he said.

Kuppe said now that they have taken the juju from the yard, Mpho will have peace.

“As long as you serve the evil spirits, your life remains okay, but when you try to dump them, your life becomes miserable.”

Daily Sun managed to speak to Mpho’s wife Raisibe Mokone (37), who said she was still terrified of the evil things that have been happening in the house.

Raisibe, the mother of their two children, said she also heard footsteps in the house and also on the roof.

“I don’t think I will ever go back to that house.

“About mending our relationship? I will think about that,” she said.

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