Epilepsy is a common disorder that occurs worldwide in all age groups and without distinction of gender. There are many superstitious beliefs in African counties about etiology of epilepsy [1–5]. In some of these countries, traditional healers, teachers, and students have linked epilepsy to spiritual attacks and witchcraft. Furthermore, epilepsy is widely believed to be transmissible by direct or indirect contact with body fluids of patients such as saliva and urine [6,7]. Therefore, children with epilepsy (CWE) are often stigmatized, withdrawn from school by their parents, or expelled from educational systems by school authorities for fear of contaminating other children [8].

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