Don’t use “juju” to marry him- Lagos lady shares her experience

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A house built on sand will continue to suffer until it’s foundation is corrected or it eventually crashes.


Read this story of a Lagos babe who used juju to force a man to marry her:

Some people may hate me after this confession but I want other ladies to learn from my experience.

Odia and I started going out while in secondary school, I loved him so much and he loved me too. We both attended different institutions, he read Biochemistry while I studied Economics, he graduated 2 years before me and got a job after his NYSC. I was in my final year when he proposed marriage to me.

I went to visit Odia one Saturday evening when his neighbors told me he had travelled, I called his phones and none went through, I searched everywhere to know his whereabouts but never succeeded till the day I ran into his closest friend who told me Odia had travelled to UK to further his education. It was like a dream to me, I cried my eyes out, still tried to at least reach him and find out what it was I did to him but all my efforts proved abortive.

When my best friend heard this she promised to help me get my man back…

To cut my long story short, I was introduced to a Spiritualist who gave me some charms and did so many other things and promised me that Odia must come back to marry me before the end of that year, he actually did, he came back, we got married and had a son 11 months after our wedding.

Right now my marriage is coming to an end as Odia now sees me as a monster, he can’t stand anything I do lately, he has become entirely different from the gentle, loving guy I married; he beats and uses me as if I was a slave.

He comes home so late and sometimes spends the night elsewhere, I’ve gone to the spiritualist to complain and seek for help but he warned me to stop visiting him, he said: you asked for marriage and I made him marry you, so take it as you see it.

If anyone knows what I can do for my husband’s love to come naturally without Juju, please help me.

I did what I did out of love and never meant any harm to my husband but I think my husband has recovered from the influence of the Juju and he no longer loves me. I’m in a mess.

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Alamu Tosin

The writer is Alamu Tosin. I have three strong passions in life — football, blogging and movies — in that order. I love spending time with friends talking about the important things in life and hate nothing more than ‘authority’ and hypocrisy. My personal believe in life is that once an individual sets his/her mind to achieve something, it is totally possible. And oh!, I am a strong Lannister, because I always pay my debt. For writing or fixing gigs, contact

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