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Monday, November 04, 2019

Amebo Column - Marrying Through Juju Powers.

Some women eh,they can go to any length to be called 'Mrs'







Mama Chichi has two grown daughters. Her first daughter was 34 years in 2012 while her second daughter was 28years. Both are graduates. In fact her second daughter studied abroad. They are both well behaved,beautiful, humble,educated and from a rich home,yet they remained single.


 They were not the too choosy type yet no husband. Their parents are very nice people and everyone kept wondering what was amiss.

One day out of concern, Mama Sunday who is married into the same kindred with Mama Chichi,called her aside. She told her she would take her to where her daughters would be made to get married as soon as possible.

Imagine being approached,to be taken to a prayer house or any spiritual home for such?

Mama Chichi asked her if she was taking her to a prayer house or to babalowo. She replied that, her only concern should be the outcome not the means. Mama Chichi refused to go with her and that was how the matter ended...

About a year later, Mama Sunday's two daughters, who were already married, got rejected by their husbands and were returned to their Mom simultaneously.
I began to ask myself if her own daughters got married through the same means that she wanted to help Mama Chichi with....

well, They both remarried after staying about two years in their mother's house. 

If a Marriage was contracted through Juju means,Why can't the marriage be safeguarded through the same means? Do people really use juju means to get married? does it last and if yes how long,before they will need renewal? Is it the Biological clock that makes women consider going down this route?

So many questions on my mind and I refuse to drink water or mind my Business.

Na me
Amebo.




So what happened to Mama Chichi's daughters?

39 comments:

  1. Yes, people do all sorts to get married, including juju means which is the most common one.
    And NO, it doesn’t last cos God didn’t have a hand in it.
    Nothing the devil gives you is free, God is the surest way. It could take time, but when God handles you, he does it so perfectly that you would think it’s a lie.
    Juju has its expiry date just as we have different dates for expiration of good/products.
    It’s best to wait on the lord...it’s everlasting.

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    1. Some Juju expire after 40 years of marriage, 6 kids and 12 grand kids. Good juju if you ask me ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜„๐Ÿคฃ

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    2. My neighbour once ran helter skelter to save his parents marriage. His Dad woke up one day and just started screaming that his Mom should get out of the house. When asked why the man said the last time he saw the woman was at a bar in 1959 and did not know what she was doing in his room now. ...Meanwhile they had just celebrated their 50th or so wedding anniversary at that time. My neighbour had him checked out for Alzheimers disease but he was ok. ..then Mom confessed that she did in fact put something in his drink at the bar so he would marry her

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    3. SluttyChic those waiting on the Lord are called gwegwegwe by blog visitors. So if they need to juju let them o coz bad mouth of people na bigger juju

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    4. ๐Ÿ˜ฒ๐Ÿคฃ 50 years juju.

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  2. 1.What works for A might not work for B.
    2.Destiny can be delayed and denied if certain moves are not made.
    3.The world is more spiritual than physical.
    Lastly,the end JUSTIFIES the means.
    If you know,you know.๐Ÿ˜Š

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    1. @VeteranChikito
      1. But is not God the creator/maker/keeper/fulfiller of destinies
      for both A and B, should not humans seek that faithful God?
      2. What "certain moves" are you talking about; is going to Satan
      and his agents not a destiny terminating/robbing move?
      3. Isn't there a negative and positive spiritual realms; where
      do you belong?
      Lastly...So, was it juju/jazz/babalawo/spiritualist satanism that you used
      to catch the fish in your net...oops, the net that both of you are
      in which is not permanent?
      Ajuju oo ๐Ÿ˜ฎ๐Ÿ˜ฎ๐Ÿ˜ฎ๐Ÿ˜ฎ๐Ÿ˜ฎ๐Ÿ˜ฎ and nke n'ese okwu
      Supposing the end to the means is not just and ends in ending it all
      in eternal hell? ๐Ÿ˜ฑ๐Ÿ˜ฑ

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  3. Person wey use JuJu marry, na p****k dem go take kill am.⛷️⛷️⛷️⛷️⛷️⛷️⛷️

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    1. Some prayer houses are juju branches o for those praying for life partner

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    2. Anon 13:57!!!! This is the whole truth!!!!

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  4. Thank you amebo, you yarn sense
    Na ajuju n'ese okwu you ask oo ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š
    What my beautiful (Naija) ladies do not know is that Satan (the juju, babalawo, "prayer house", dibia, winch doctor "god") does not
    give marriage. In fact, he hates marriage and works to topple and scatter that beautiful institution of
    God. At Eden, he quickly polluted the first one in that beautiful garden. It is always the "Eves" that will go
    and have dialogue with him.
    God has a husband for any sisi he has created to marry... in the course of seeking for the things of this life in the wrong places,
    the ladies jeopardize/mess up the opportunity to marry that right person.
    If you keep collecting forks and shooting off, you are keeping yourself away from that one.
    Anyway, seek ye first the kingdom of God and its righteousness and every other thing shall be added to you...
    If you seek the kingdom of satan and its wickedness, every other thing shall be stolen from you for Satan is
    a thief and the father of lies.
    Ekwucha kwam -I don yarn finish oo
    ๐Ÿคท‍♀️๐Ÿคท‍♀️๐Ÿคท‍♀️๐Ÿคท‍♀️๐Ÿคท‍♀️

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    1. Not only woman do juju for marriage, men do too.

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    2. Men use juju known as Touch and Go.....nasty

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    3. @Happy tutu and 14:04
      Why do you beautiful ladies always like making every issue a
      men and women world war and usually under my comments? Eh zam ajuju oo ๐Ÿ˜ฎ๐Ÿ˜ฎ
      The amebo that wrote talked about two mothers and the their daughters, there was
      no mention of "fathers" and I replied based on the topic at hand.
      Must we ladies always quarrel with ourselves?
      Even the Eden I mentioned, was it Adam that had the dialogue with Satan?
      How many dudes are in this blog to be frank?
      Please bikonu stop seeing the world as a war between men and women
      because we ladies need the men (husbands) to love us and not to fight.๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š
      Bikonu jirinu nwayoo tupu unu akpobie ukwu -make una carry softly before you
      stumble ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š

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  5. I don't know about juju. I won't go that far. But not all of us women have the best luck in relationships. Some of us have seen hell.
    If you already have a man that you are dating. You love him and he is good husband material and he is being indecisive do something.
    I was already mature when I met my husband he was 38 but because he lived abroad he was still doing fine boy about the place. Undecided about settling down with me and my clock was ticking. I had to go into serious prayers joined with my mother. I had an aunt that was also concerned then. She asked for his name for prayers somewhere,I gave her.
    I didn't even shame. I had never loved anyone like I loved this guy. He is what any woman will want,handsome to the core and doing well with a large heart. I just knew he was my husband so I cldnt let him go. He had a history of being confused,engaged once before.I cldnt let him go.
    Long story short,I fell pregnant. Not purposely,we used a condom don't know how it happened. I called my aunty,she said she already knew. I said How,I havnt told anyone.
    Anyway I ended up getting married 6months later,small wedding i was showing. Didn't even return back to Nigeria.
    I have never been happier. He completes me still.

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    1. Lol, you fell pregnant
      Plis dear, let's name things by their names.

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    2. Juju by association, if you ask me. ๐Ÿ˜Š

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    3. Lol at fell pregnant prayer worrior๐Ÿค—๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜™๐Ÿ™‚๐Ÿ˜ถ

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  6. going anon for this one ....mu uncle recently found out (last week) from his wife (of 10 years) that she was adding something to his food. hmmmm he went to a church few months back and a pastor revealed it to him but he could not believe ,he even told me about it but did not want to ask the wife to avoid problems , anyway the had a fight last week and he decided to calming ask her .he just asked her to swear that she has not added anything to his food ,and she opened up that she did ...now get this she said its a drug a doctor gave her ,hmmmmm my people she refused to mention name of drugs or name of doctor or what the drug was for ...i don't know what his next steps will be , the matter tire me

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    1. make una pardon all the errors ,i didnt proofread ,just saw the errors now

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    2. If the marriage has been blissful and she has been a good wife, then they can continue na

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  7. My ex wife got me to marry her through juju. I got to find out much later through her chat with the Juju man or is it spiritualist. I saw the list he gave her to buy things for the sacrifice (cowries, pidgins, calabash and others. When I checked the dates in the chats, I realised it was the same time I suddenly decided to marry her, we met April and got married in September. The story long sha but thank God for my life.

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    1. So are you still "married" to her?

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    2. Anon 14:34, He said ex for a reason

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  8. There are people that use Juju a lot..I know of one who used Juju but they are still married and happy as we speak..The one she did was ''Talk and do'' no matter how high that request is, it is done...

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  9. A Nigerian comedian's wife is on this table.as I even type this she's on her way to renew She cant let him be in his rightful senses for a second if not matter go spoil badly.infact na her juju makeup press powder mirror always in her handbag she use to monitor his every move.This same comedian mysteriously lost both parents and claiming coincidence Na one day monkey go go market no go return

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  10. mama triplet๐Ÿ•ด๐Ÿ•ด๐Ÿ•ด4 November 2019 at 14:21

    got married when i was 18yrs although both families never supported d union cos of so many things involved.(tribal difference) celebrated 20yrs of marriage last month. but 8yrs ago hmmmm my dear bvs.one ugly igbira girl used juju on my husband, infact one of our worker.. maybe i should send in a chronicle on dis matter. but thank God i used fasting and prayer to reset his brain.juju will never last

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    1. Sorry man but how did you know the girl used juju on your husband? Are you trying to shield the role your husband played in disrespecting your marriage vows? Or that's the lie he told you so you can forgive him

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    2. mama triplet๐Ÿ•ด๐Ÿ•ด๐Ÿ•ด4 November 2019 at 17:01

      @anon15:23 my dear.nothing pass the power of God.she confessed.b4 den d hand writing was written everywhere. not bragging oh.๐Ÿ˜€am good looking. so its nt all abt beauty. when God is working in ones favor ,u cant compete.her friend they went 2 together expose her cos she became jealous of her. its a long story.i give God d glory

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  11. A well known fair coloured church going SU pretentious ijebu woman. Your time will soon be up with the juju you are using on my step brother. We don tell am tire, but e no believe. Time will prove us right

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  12. A well known fair coloured church going SU pretentious ijebu woman. Your time will soon be up with the juju you are using on my step brother. We don tell am tire, but e no believe. Time will prove us right

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  13. My marriage lasted less than 2 years. Learned my lesson never to eat special dish in an intended in-law's place. I even took her to US. After I divorced her, she is still wandering aimlessly in US. Imo State people are wicked and devilish. At a point all the juju the woman dey play with scattered her face and I treated that big bag of waste.

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    1. Imo state people?

      Are you OK?

      Face your in laws biko stop the unnecessary sweeping generalizations

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  14. OK Amebo, your column is now becoming interesting.
    People use juju steady na, both men n women o

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  15. I went to trade fair and a lady met me and asked me to come see her madam about my marriage. Meanwhile I was wit a close male friend and they assumed he was my husband cos we were holding hands, I held him cos I was pricing some female undies and didn't want him missing. Finally,the madam turned out to be a Hausa love dealer. She told me various things to use on my husband to hold him tight. I m divorced and dating a guy in the abroad,I seriously wanted it to work. But I didn't follow thru cos I know jazz is dangerous even though I was in a big hurry. I ignored and forgot abt them and the guy cos he was not showing me seriousness. Strange thing was the guy later called and became extra serious and wanted marriage ASAP. Well well well....if I had followed thru wit the juju, I would have tot it was her powers that gave him me. But I didn't and am grateful that I steered clear,now I would have been giving the woman praise and be recommending her services. Hallelujah. Yes we eventually broke up and have not spoken for two months now but I've not lost hope. If it will be,it will be. Pls ignore any typos,tnx.

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  16. My dad's younger brother caught his wife about adding something to his food, he raised hell, threw her out, she apologized that she did it because she has been unable to conceive, they have a boy(she gave birth through cs) and when she was about to give birth to her second child, the doctor told her that she will give birth through cs of her pelvic issue but she insisted on pushing, her pastor told her to have faith she will deliver like a Hebrew woman, las las she pushed but the baby died, she has not conceived since then and was afraid my uncle will marry another woman, he sha forgave her.

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  17. My dad's younger brother caught his wife about adding something to his food, he raised hell, threw her out, she apologized that she did it because she has been unable to conceive, they have a boy(she gave birth through cs) and when she was about to give birth to her second child, the doctor told her that she will give birth through cs of her pelvic issue but she insisted on pushing, her pastor told her to have faith she will deliver like a Hebrew woman, las las she pushed but the baby died, she has not conceived since then and was afraid my uncle will marry another woman, he sha forgave her.

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  18. I think my uncle married his wife through juju, how can you date a girl for five years only for her elder sister who is by far older than you who every tom, dick and harry has fucked front and back in our village to surface from no where and the next thing, she kicks her sister out and you married her within few months, little wonder she asked me to warn you to stay away from women the time i visited else she go waka for you ie go to places for you.

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