If Juju (charm) is real and what people claim they are Nigeria will be exporting to the rest of the world and making billions of dollars from the following juju products:
- Òlùgbòhùn (Voice jammer)
- Òyèètà (unseen bullet deflector/bulletproof juju)
- Òkìgbè (anti-bullet/shrapnel)
- Àta mòtàsè (precision munition that can hit targets kilometres away)
- Ìfùnpà (Treated armband that can protect you from knife cuts)
- Ìgbàdi (treated waistband that can make you disappear when under attack)
- Àfòsè (robotic command signals that will make your enemies do whatever you tell them to do)
- Àgàdàgòdò (spiritual padlock, that will immobilize your enemies)
- Ègbè (teletransporter that will make you teleport when under attack)
- Kànàkò (spiritual Google maps)
- Òfà (Treated poisoned arrow)
- Àtà ( spiritual hand grenade that can be thrown at enemy camps)
- Ìbòn Sàkàbùlà ( locally sourced Rifle with accuracy that can hit your enemies that are kilometres away)
It’s 2020, unfortunately, some self-acclaimed educated people still believe in this bullshit called “juju”. If these things are real and not a hoax we will use them to destroy Boko Haram. Herdsmen will not be disturbing people in the South West and other parts of the country. We would have used it to tackle and solve our security problems.
Juju is useless and fictional. They don’t work in reality. If they actually work, why couldn’t our ancestors make do to protect themselves from the European/Arab invaders that came and enslaved and colonized them? Think about it.
Juju is a HOAX. It’s all superstitious bullshit. Even in cases that try to prove its workability, it didn’t last, there’s always a loophole. For instance, all these people caught by the police and paraded on TV with their so-called juju.
One of the most hilarious cases for me was a native doctor who stormed a church in Ghana to get his charms back.
If it really works, why do they get caught? Why are they paraded with their charms? If there is truly a deity in it, wouldn’t it protect its users? Maybe like miracles, they only work when you believe. I don’t believe in it.