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Family reveals what killed the Tanzanian fake miracle healer Babu wa Loliondo mysteriously

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Ambilikile Mwasapile alias Babu wa Loliondo

Retired Tanzanian priest and miracle performer Ambilikile Mwasapile alias Babu wa Loliondo dies mysteriously.

Mwasapile died at Kinondoni hospital after an unexpected illness, his aide Paul Dudui has verified.

Babu wa Loliondo is a retired priest of the Lutheran Church who rose to fame after claiming himself a miracle healer, whereby he used a tree known as mugariga to make a non-flavoured drink which he administered to patients reporting various chronic diseases.

Between 2010 and 2012, thousands of people, both poor and rich, travelled to Mwasapile’s home in Samunge village in Loliondo, near Ngorongoro in northern Tanzania, where he served the drink that supposedly could heal all the chronic diseases.

He alleged that he had been conferred the miracle-healing tree in a dream.

His popularity sunk after becoming clear that the concoction did not heal any disease, with rumours that some people died while queuing or even after taking it.





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