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Protesters storm INEC office with native doctor to perform ritual (Video)

A group of demonstrators on Tuesday, stormed the Rivers State headquarters of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) in Port Harcourt with a native doctor.

The protesters said to be supporters of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) besieged the main entrance to the office while carrying a pot of charms and palm fronds.

It was the second day of continued protest to demand a joint inspection of election materials at the INEC office used for the 2023 governorship election.

On Monday, the PDP supporters reportedly attacked the governorship candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Tonye Cole, and prevented him from accessing the office of the electoral umpire where he was scheduled to meet with the officials of the commission.

Chairman of Ikwerre local government, Samuel Nwanosike, who dressed in a white outfit recited incantations while being assisted by the herbalist.

Watch the video below:

Meanwhile, a traditionalist recently came to the rescue of students at Phalakgoro High School in South Africa who often complain of weird occurrences at night.

He was invited to the school located in Khureng, Zebediela, Limpopo after students claimed they always see an old man believed to be a spirit calling out to them.

The victims narrated to the school authorities that the strange elderly man positioned himself inside the restroom and calls out their names, but when the kids try to reply him, they pass out.

The traditionalist conducted some cleansing incantations and found items that were buried somewhere in the school compound.

Among the things he found includes a hand clutching a pen which was later exhumes, the head of a dead chicken, eggs and calabash.

South Africans, however expressed doubt about the authenticity of the native doctor’s find.

@KLouw15; Sangomas and lies, yerrrr, Eggs nice and fresh after being buried underground, chicken head looks like it was buried earlier in the day or quickly placed there.

@MakhZep49775144; I can tell you, the traditional healer buried this and later claimed to have snuiffed them out

@Brusca101; This is simple to justify, call other three Sangoma from different provinces, and they must just identify where the other Sangoma has find those stuff, you will see this thing of Sangoma is just a scam. There’s nothing real about Sangoma and inyangas. Niks.