In his cramped hut at the end of an alleyway in the
coastal Tanzanian town of Bagamoyo, traditional healer Dr Msilo treats
patients with a variety of mental and physical problems.
To locals, he is known as a witch doctor, and his treatments involve
casting out evil spirits, as well as administering traditional potions.
People are keen to seek out his services, regardless of their
"God provides medicine for all people - Muslims, Christians and
pagans," he says.
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