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Wednesday, 21 March 2012

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It wasn't this one who saved Fabrice it was a Congolese voodoo Witch-Doctor!

After suffering a horrendous heart-attack during the footy match between Tottenham and Bolton last weekend the soccer-star, Fabrice Muamba, is now gladly recovering. It seems he was clinically dead for 78 minutes and it is a miracle that he is now recovering.

Doctors treating Fabrice just cannot believe how he managed to survive the ordeal, but Fabrice has a secret; he faithfully believes in the powers of voodoo!

He came to England from the Congo and over there voodoo is a very important religion. They believe in the dark spirits of the dead, witchcraft, witch-doctors, etc, and Fabrice believes his faith in voodoo saved him although he was out cold for a long time.

Congolese Witch-Doctor, Kimsabe Bulu-Bulu the 1st, watching the game on Sky on his flat-screen TV in a dusty village in the Congo saw the incident happen and immediately stuck some needles in one of his voodoo dolls called Drog-Baah. This then eased Fabrice into a coma tricking the UK doctors into believing he was dead, but really it was just the Witch-Doctor's medicine working on him.

Now after a couple of days rest he is recovering and has thanked the Witch-Doctor per Skype for saving his life. He has also promised him two tickets for a Bolton home game and the flight, but Kimsabe Bulu Bulu the 1st politely refused because it's too cold in Bolton and they're not his favourite team, he only loves Man United and that's the reason why they will be champions; voodoo!

Good Luck Fabrice!

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