Stop Begging For Love, Lock Those You Want Through Rituals – Traditionalist Says (Video)

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A Nigerian traditionalist has revealed the best way to secure love in a relationship.

She urged people to refrain from begging for love.

Instead, she suggests a unique approach to “locking” the desired person in a bottle.

In the video, she demonstrated the process of securing the affection of someone by placing their photographs within a flip-flop and sewing them together.

To gain further insight, please watch the attached video.

Read some reactions below:
Mela said: Go lock yourself with person wey go kii you wer!y🙄
iogmustakeen penned: All this things ends one in shame always
naomi4343 wrote: Men pray ohhhh 😂😂😂
sweet_peckma wrote: Sha make nobody lock any of my relative cuz e no go really better for that person generation🙌frustration and tears will be the person daily bread
cuteonyii said: They put in bottles and throw away in the ocean,but when the time is right,GOD ALMIGHTY exposes and destroys it..
They padlock it and throw into the deep sea,when the time is right GOD ALMIGHTY Breaks it..
They dig the ground and bury it,when the time is right GOD ALMIGHTY destroys it…
E come be Dunlop slippers and some powdery form,you think it’s hard for GOD??
It’s high time people know that all these powers they think they possess doesn’t last and will always Fail because THERE’S NOTHING TOO HARD FOR GOD AND WITH OUR GOD ALL THINGS ARE POSSIBLE…
faajiberry said: Waste of rope😂
ralphmatchmaker said: These people too like tie tie things
ruru_koks wrote: Indeed they have been locked up 😂😂😂😂God save us
omenkafuluanya wrote; God forbid. 🔐 them because you don’t want to beg for love. Anybody we no won love me should go. Love is not by force abeg 🤸🏽‍♂️🤸🏽‍♂️

Meanwhile, a Federal High Court has instructed Nollywood actress Halima Abubakar to pay a penalty of N10 million for spreading defamatory comments about Apostle Johnson Suleman, the Senior Pastor and General Overseer of Omega Fire Ministries International.

The court’s ruling, given on Monday, requires Abubakar to reimburse Apostle Suleman for the harm caused by her behavior.

As per the court’s official copy of the verdict, Apostle Suleman alleged that Abubakar shared disparaging comments about him on her Instagram profile, later disseminated by several blogs and newspapers.

Justice Enobie Obanor, sitting over the case, stated that Abubakar had the option to defend herself but chose not to do so.

The ruling highlights that Abubakar’s remarks on her Instagram username, @halimabubakar, were both false and malicious, harming Apostle Suleman’s public image.

As a result, the court awarded Apostle Suleman N10,000,000 in aggravated and exemplary damages for libel.

Additionally, the court imposed an injunction banning Abubakar from making any additional publications about Apostle Suleman.

The judgment partly reads:

“The statements published by the defendant against the claimant on her Instagram handle, @halimabubakar, falsely and maliciously written and published to the general public, are defamatory of the person of the claimant.

“The sum of N10,000,000 only to the claimant as aggravated and exemplary damages for libel contained in the publication of the defendant against the claimant on her Instagram handle, @Halimabubakar and caused to be published in several blogs.”

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