Why can't I flaunt juju? - South African OAP asks, says Christians are not ashamed

Why can't I flaunt juju? - South African OAP asks, says Christians are not ashamed

- South African media personality Somizi has shared his desire to flaunt his religion

- The media personality noted that Christians are not ashamed of their religion so he should not be ashamed to flaunt his

- Somizi claimed other religions were introduced to Africans because foreigners knew the power of African tradition and culture

A South African media personality Somizi has taken to social media to share his desire to flaunt his religion. The media personality asked why he should be ashamed to flaunt his juju.

The media personality shared his thoughts on his Instagram page. In his post, he said other religions were introduced to Africans because foreigners were afraid of the power Africans had.

According to him, the foreigners had convinced Africans that traditional worship is evil. The young man said he is glad that his eyes finally opened.

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He displayed a photo of traditional worship items and said that he has never been happier. He noted that the photo proudly represents who he is.

Somizi said Indians are proud to flaunt their tradition and religion and Christians whip out their Bible anytime. He asked why he cannot wear his juju without shame.

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The man advised people to do what represents them without judging others for doing theirs or disrespecting culture and tradition.

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that a lady called out the University of Nigeria Nsukka over witchcraft studies and research. The lady identified as Maudlyn Adaeze Ekwueme claims the university planned to hold a conference on the practice of witchcraft. Ekwueme noted that to know about witchcraft means the person is a witch.

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