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I've tried to pretend like nothing is wrong in my village when it pertains to 'juju' but i cant any longer.

There are extremely wicked people in my village.

I know its a common thing, but maybe mine is exceptional.

I hail from Abia State.

Isuikwuato L.G.A, although i'll just stop short of calling the village.

You dare not, i repeat DARE NOT prosper in my village, cos it could cost you your sanity, or/and your life.

The 'technique' being employed now is, if you decide to come home, you have to cut the figure of someone who is extremely wretched, and should have tales of WOE to back it up.

Then and only then will you be spared. Unbelievable, but true

How about your own village?

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Don't worry, when naija becomes developed all this things would fade away. When the LGA chairmen and permanent secetary starts providing electricity and bringing industries to this villages people would not fear juju, they would run back home because multi national corporations no send shrine or babalawo house, them go just demolish all of them to build highways or factories.

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@Jona: Say your town and lets compare it with towns in Igboland. Why not do that rather than hinding inside the belly of a Ninivan shark to type rubbish. As a result of your uncle who died at the Okija shrine, you do not seem to write without posting his skulls. I pity you and your guilty uncle who was swallowed by the shrine.

It will not be long before this same shrine consumes you-the Igbo hater.

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http://www.igbofocus.co.uk/html/okija3.html#Okija-shrines

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@Africhika i know where you're from,you are from Ayamelum LGA.if you want i can call the name,my people to your land for protection during the biafra war after the war they learnt some bad thing from there

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Well, I know juju/voodoo occurs but I haven't experienced it first hand. There's this lady who lives adjacent to our house back home. She's rumored to have killed all her sons and husband, she lives by herself. The scariest thing about her is she mutters incoherent stuff to herself. Creeps me out!!

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oh boy! i use to think that my village is bad because the youths in my village are not doing well at all, but men! if yours is really as you have just said, i should give thanks to God for mine. all thesame you shouldn't stop praying for them.[email][/email]

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village?

im from lasgiddi

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@Post

I love my village, I love my state. I love everything about it.

But I have to admit, a lot of evil and juju dey. You cant trust anyone.

Advise: Know who you abuse or you'll find your blindness the next morning.

But where is there no evil and deceit? Its an humane trait. . . .

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i've heard all kinds of crazy stuff about my dad's place- i won't say the name but its in anambra.

the village is said to be sacrificed to an idol god and any woman who marries a man from this village is said to be "the wife of this god."

i won't mention the god's name.

they said during biafra war, the villagers inflicted the nigerian soldiers with diseases and madness. and they say the villagers created a spiritual fence around the town so, the bullets from nigerian soldiers reverted back to them.

the village is along the river and it's said that water spirits, roam the town, protecting the people.

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