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Saturday, March 10, 2018

Benin Monarch Rains Curses On Human Traffickers And Revokes Oath Taken By Victims

Reprieve appears to have come the way of victim’s of human trafficking in Edo State as native doctors in the state were on Friday forced to revoke oaths and curses placed on them. 






Many victims of human trafficking are usually made to swear to oaths and some of their body parts collected as collateral to make them pay back the money used to sponsor them. But the Benin monarch, Oba Ewuare II, forced the native doctors to revoke the curses and oaths placed on the trafficked victims.


His words, “You native doctors whose business are to subject people to the oath of secrecies and encouraging this evil act on the land, you have to repent, stop doing it. This is not a joking matter and if you do not repent, you have to wait for the repercussion. The palace is not against those practicing the act of native doctors but those who use it to perpetrate evil in the land through aiding and abetting human trafficking in the state. We want to use this medium to tell those who are under any oaths of secrecies that they are now free. We revoke the oath today.


What the Palace stands for is peace and the development of the state. I want to use this medium to tell you that the act of using charms to aid trafficking, the palace seriously frowns at it. We want us to join hands together to fight against human trafficking in the land. 

The Oba said the state governor, Mr. Godwin Obaseki has pleaded with him to help reduce the spate of human trafficking in the state adding that before now, he has been in the vanguard against human trafficking in the state.
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11 comments:

  1. Oba ghá tókpè èh....

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  2. Edo people with idol...
    I pray this works and stop all this human traffickings

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  3. Hopefully, it starts to work for the girls' sake. Though, it seems like prostitution is ingrained in the Edo culture and hard to shake off. Why? Even when a woman is genuinely earning her way in this world, the Edo man is scheming and plotting to tarnish her image by dragging her name in the mud as they see almost every woman thru the eyes of prostitution...go figure...

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    1. My edo husband is obsessed with cheating that I wonder if his mum cheated on his dad...mtchew

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  4. Eniola Olatunde10 March 2018 at 12:15

    It will work if the Oba aggressively pursued this approach. Isn’t that the reason why we have structure in the traditional African society? They know these Native doctors; all they have to do is summon them to the palace and make them take an oath😜 against doing such juju again and voila!! Human trafficking don end.

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  5. But why does money make all evils right in the sight of so many people. The native doctors who are simply supposed to be herbalists to help the poor with medical complaints, is this not the true meaning of a native doctor. Why do these ppl do evil for profit. They could easily report these traffickers to the authorities and end this trade on immediately, but for the love of money they send children to spiritual destruction and a life of pain and for some an early grave. They, who should know of the karmic wheel of life live it as though they have noone to answer to. Next incarnation they are born in the worse condition possible then they beg us for help and mercy when it is through their own evil hands they find themself living in hell on earth. I can't be bothered with people who have the mindset that once money is involved then doing anything for it is right. This is no different from the slave trading that so many Africans participated in hundreds of years ago, selling their brothers for profit, nothing new under the sun. Evil will forever be with mankind.

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  6. Efo people nd juju is like bread nd butter.

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  7. They should develop their state and stop deceiving themselves. If the youth had work will they be lookin for Libya to run to?

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