Archbishop condemns child ‘witchcraft’ murders as ‘child abuse in its worst form’

Posted Feb 13, 2018

[Anglican Communion News Service] The primate of the Anglican Church of Papua New Guinea, Archbishop Allan Migi, has spoken out against the increasing number of alleged witches and sorcerers being killed. He said that the recent killing of a child suspected of being a witch was “strongly opposed to the way of Christ,” describing it as “child abuse in its worst form.” He said: “We strongly call for such practices to cease.”

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