Yunus Kabul
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Abducted children offered to undercover reporter

As part of an investigation into witchcraft and child abduction in Uganda, the BBC spoke to a man who claimed that he headed a network of traffickers across the whole of the country.

For $250 (£160) a reformed criminal introduced the BBC to Yunus Kabul, who boasted he had been abducting children for witch-doctors in Africa and abroad, for years.

Unaware he was being recorded, Mr Kabul described to the BBC's Chris Rogers how he got hold of children for his customers.

  • 12 Oct 2011
  • From the section Africa
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