Why am I suffering alone? This used to be my question every day. I am Alex from
Umlazi KwaZulu area. I have been tarmacking all through my life since I completed college at a University in Cape Town.
All my former classmates were already settled and working with big organizations, some
doing quite successful businesses in and outside the country.
I had never understood what was happening to my life despite having been working
hard for many years than even most of my successful peers.
Last year I was almost giving up on life after I had exploited all avenues under my
disposal without much success. However early this year, something came into my mind and I moved to Cape Town to try my last stab at job seeking. I traveled not knowing where I was headed. I arrived in the city in the evening when I couldn’t get somewhere to sleep. All my relatives refused to welcome me into their homes. I had to spend my nights on the streets. It was one of the most painful experiences in my life. However, I had decided to make my last trial. It was a do-or-die moment.
And in the morning when I was still confused about what to do or where to go, I started
walking along a Street in Capetown and, by good luck, when I was just about to enter a
hotel to have a meal, I saw a piece of paper, which I picked and it had some good news.
I took the contact numbers from the paper, dialed my phone and someone picked from
the other end. I told him (the Doctor) please Daktari help me I am suffering and just
about to commit suicide.
Daktari asked me what I wanted and I opened up to him how I was already in the city
after 15 years of job searching but still yet to meet my luck. He told me to look for a
quieter place in town and stop walking so that he could cast Good Luck Spells. He did so
and, believe it or not, the next day someone strange from the blues picked me from the
streets again and gave me a well-paying job in Capetown.
As we speak today, I am one of his respected workers in his consultancy firm earning sh
$670 every month. I cannot believe this. I advise anyone with a similar problem to visit Kiwanga Doctors. Just like a medical doctor, Dr. Kiwanga does a diagnosis on his clients by asking a few questions for self-introspection in the area of one’s life such as challenges in financial and physical aspects, among others.
The doctor also solves life’s challenges such as love issues, family problems and
hardships in business, increases your luck, that is, winning lottery games and court
cases, promotions at work, and clears away devilish spirits and dreams.