My Brother, this dude couldn't prove a sneeze with snot.
There are actually very few African societies that actually believed in evil. Yes, there were opposing forces or spirits in the Universe, but there was never "evil" in the Western sense of the word. All calamity in the world was due an imbalance of forces. The Doctrine of Oppositions and Duality is fundamental to many different representations of African spirituality. There is no evil...only an imbalance of some force and its opposition. The Dogon do not believe in evil either.
That’s a lie.
Any concept of an entity or spirit that tries to kill GOD is a concept of evil, no matter how you look at it.
According to your interpretation. One day, you are going to have to accept that ATR's do not work in the same manner as your Biblical theology does.
That has been the problem for people throughout the ages; whether it was the Greeks and Romans and other Eurasians who came into Kemet and Africa, or the white man in modern times who claims to be a "scholar", or your average Judeo(not to be confused with "JUDO", lol )-Christian Bible believer, that interprets everything through "mono/polytheistic eyes.
Take your pick, as to which category you fall into.
I fall into the category of the Egyptian original people that was apart of Akhetaten and followed Akhenaten who’s son was the last traceable ancestral bloodline to the throne of Egypt all the way back to the end of the Hyksos.
If there was no such thing as Monotheism and Polytheism in Egypt why did the heathens attack Akhenaten and burn Akhetaten?
Akhenaten did not wage war against those that did not respect his authority, so why did they attack him?
What was different about Akhenaten’s faith system?