Is traditional medicine properly policed?
A Tanzanian pastor has asked people to stop going to his remote home for a "miracle cure" after thousands flocked there, causing chaos in the surrounding area.
As word has spread in the past month of the pastor's supposed ability to cure any ailments, some people have even been taken out of hospital by their relatives who believe they are more likely to be cured by the pastor.
Some of these have died before seeing him, while others are reported to have died after taking his concoction.
Belief in the powers of traditional healers are widespread in Tanzania, and elsewhere on the continent.
Was Tanzania's Prime Minister Mizengo Pinda right not to stop the pastor's activities? Is traditional medicine properly regulated where you are? Do you have faith in traditional medicine?
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