OUIDAH, BENIN - JANUARY 07: Fetishes are placed on the floor inside a Voodoo shrine ahead of a ceremony on January 7, 2012 in Ouidah, Benin. Ouidah is Benin's Voodoo heartland, and thought to be the spiritual birthplace of Voodoo or Vodun as it is known in Benin. Shrouded in mystery and often misunderstood, Voodoo was acknowledged as an official religion in Benin in 1989, and is increasing in popularity with around 17 percent of the population following it. A week of activity centred around the worship of Voodoo culminates on the 10th of January when people from across Benin as well as Togo and Nigeria decend on the town for the annual Voodoo festival. (Photo by Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)

A woman couldn’t believe her eyes after she discovered her picture pinned with nails and juju by her mother-in-law.

The juju
A Nigerian woman has raised alarm after discovering her picture pinned with nails and Juju in her mother-in-law’s cupboard.
This incident happened in Edo, a state in the southern part of Nigeria.
In the video, the mother-in-law was made to carry the charm out of the house by herself as the fear-stricken daughter-in-law raised alarm.

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