Kuto’s life was filled with revulsion. He was in Botswana and had a green bucket hat. His hair color was dark grey and he had a shaved face. He wore a blue suit. Kuto was always the butt of jokes because of his bucket hat and dark hair color. When he went to the market, people would call him “Kuto the Witch.” But Kuto didn’t care what they said about him; he knew that he was different from everyone else and that made him special.
One day, while Kuto was walking through the market, he came across a woman who was selling colorful baskets. The woman smiled at Kuto and asked if he would like to buy one of her baskets. Kuto thought for a moment before deciding to buy one of the baskets; after all, it would be nice to have somewhere to put his things when he went out into town.
The woman told Kuto that her name was Mma Tsau and she thanked him for buying one of her baskets. As Mma Tsau wrapped up the basket, she asked Kuto if he believed in magic. At first, Kute wasn’t sure what to say but then decided that there might be something to what Mma Tsau said; after all, why else would she be selling colorful baskets?
Mma Tsau told kUTO THAT SHE herself WAS A WITCH AND HAD THE POWER TO TRANSFORM PEOPLE INTO ANIMALS USING MAGIC BASKETS LIKE THE ONE THAT HE JUST BOUGHT FROM HER . AT FIRST , kUTO DIDN’T BELIEVE HER BUT THEN SHE SHOWED HIM HOW SHE CAN TURN HERSELF INTO A GOAT . kUTO WAS AMAZED AND DECIDED THAT HE WANTED TO LEARN MORE ABOUT MAGIC . mMA TSAU AGREED TO TEACH HIM EVERYTHING SHE KNOWLEDGEABLE IN RETURN FOR HIS HELP WITH HER WITCHCRAFT BUSINESS . oVER THE NEXT FEW MONTHS , kUTO LEARNT MANY THINGS ABOUT MAGIC FROM mMA TSAU INCLUDING HOW TO TRANSFORM PEOPLE INTO ANIMALS USING SPECIAL BASKETS .