Sangoma Reveals Kaizer Chiefs Curse: Eerie Forces Haunting the Soccer Giants
In a startling revelation, a local herbalist from Stinkwater, Hammanskraal, named Dr. Kato Lekowa, has shed light on the root cause of Kaizer Chiefs’ continuous poor performance in the DStv Premier League. According to Dr. Lekowa, the team is under a curse and desperately needs spiritual cleansing to change their luck.
Mystical Origins and Malevolent Spirit
The Sangoma pointed out that an evil spirit haunting the players on the field is a result of “muthi” left behind by a former coach.
Dr Lekowa explained that this curse originated from an Arabic muthi that transformed into a tokoloshe. When the team plays, the players allegedly witness eerie phenomena like birds and cats on the pitch, especially when they have the ball or are on the verge of scoring. This supernatural interference, he claims, is the sole reason why Kaizer Chiefs, affectionately known as Amakhosi, has been trophy-less since 2015. According to Dr. Lekowa, this curse has plagued the team long before 2014.
Solutions for the Kaizer Chiefs Curse: Cleansing and Prayers
The solution, as per the healer, lies in a cleansing ceremony and fervent prayers. Dr. Lekowa emphasized that even though Kaizer Chiefs occasionally secures victories, the evil spirit must be exorcised for the team to enjoy consistent luck and clinch victories and trophies in the future.
“When they perform rituals, the team will perform well. There’s an expensive muthi which was used by a coach, and he left it behind. The team was performing well before, and the muthi took away the team’s happiness,” he said.
Ntseki And Amakhosi Part Ways
In related developments, Kaizer Chiefs bid farewell to their head coach, Molefi Ntseki, earlier this week following a string of inconsistent results.
Despite these efforts, the former Bafana Bafana coach struggled to achieve success in the various competitions, leaving the Soweto giants trailing 13 points behind league leaders Mamelodi Sundowns in the Premier Soccer League. Additionally, the team was ousted from the MTN8 competition, with Pirates emerging victorious. The last straw was when the club was eliminated from the Carling Knockout by AmaZulu.