“Why witchcraft will not end in Africa” Facebook User, Larry Shola, Saddened By What He Witnessed at an Eatery Explains Why

Narrating a scene he witnessed at an eatery, Facebook user, Larry Shola, has taken to his social media account to highlight why witchcraft will not end in Africa.

Larry Shola, while having a good time with a friend at an eatery witnessed a scene involving a woman and three children play out before him which he said saddened him.

He explained how the woman distinctively catered for 2 of the children by ordering their meal while the child who seemed like the underage help was left to feed on biscuits and water they brought from home.

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See how he recounts what he witnessed…

I went out with a friend to celebrate his birthday today and it was fun but something strange happened.

A woman came in with 3 kids for dinner and she orders for 2 plate of rice and chicken to my greatest surprise one of the kid was left out and was given biscuit to eat by the woman in the presence of the 2 kids. While they were eating the rice the little kid was holding herself to eat the biscuit and it was such a painful thing to see. Honestly, African women are mostly Evil. How much will it cost you to give to someone who probably takes care of this little ones when you are not at home. It’s so painful and annoying, no wonder witchcraft will not end in Africa I’m really saddened honestly….

Larry secretly made photos of the woman seated at another table and posted them on Facebook. See photos below…

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1 Discussion on ““Why witchcraft will not end in Africa” Facebook User, Larry Shola, Saddened By What He Witnessed at an Eatery Explains Why”
  • Some people’s wickedness is inborn. Will it kill her to offer that child the same thing her kids are having? This is just sad and wrong on every level.

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