Pretty lady visits traditionalist to remove ‘spiritual pins’ sent to her body by village people

A beautiful young woman has opened up about visiting a native doctor to help treat her of an unknown attack by diabolic forces.

She said that she had returned from her hometown in Anambra state and traditionalist informed her that her body was filled with pins that were sent by her peoplein the village.

She documented her trip to the shrine where the cleaning ritual occurred and showed the spiritual pins that turned into actual objects after being removed from her body.

In a video making the rounds on social media she explained that the attack could lead to her death if it was mistaken as a medical emergency and can only be taken out by a native doctor.

She also said that they warned her not to visit a hospital because if an injection goes into her body while the pins are there, it would lead to death.

When the procedure was done, she showed the five pins that were taken out of different parts of her body.

Watch the clip below:

See some reactions…

A social media user, estheraustinz commented: Yes Am from Anambra state this is so true especially from my side..Once you start feeling sick after coming back from the village.

You dear not go to the hospital only one injection na death sentence straight.. so you will have to travel back visit a native doctor to check if it’s normal sickness or pin.

But some persons pin cannot penetrate their body if you throw an na for ground e go drop. Most persons put office pin 🧷 on their clothes so in case you have encounter with your wicked uncles or Aunties The pin can’t penetrate your body.

In other news, a lady went online to reveal the circumstantial method an okada rider employed to get her number.

Olasumbo said that she boarded a bike to her home but because of the shortage of naira in circulation, she decided to pay him with transfer.

However, he did not get the credit alert immediately so he asked for her number in order not to make her wait until he receives the payment.

The okada rider said he would call her later for a follow up incase the money fails to go through.

Much to Olasumbo’s surprise, the guy sent her a message in Yoruba asking if he could take her on a date.

She blamed the CBN governor, Godwin Emefiele and his naira redesign policy which made csh to become scare.

She wrote; “I took bike today and did transfer, bikeman did not get alert so he asked for my number so he does not keep me waiting. Bike man called me this evening and said: mo fe gbe e jade( i want to take you out) Emefiele you do this one.”