The 77 Percent: Witchcraft in Nigeria

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The 77 Percent: Witchcraft in Nigeria

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The 77 Percent

The 77 Percent: Witchcraft in Nigeria

Nigerians are said to be among the most religious people in the world â€" most of them are either Muslims or Christians. But despite being a religious country a large proportion of the people believe in witchcraft. With a population of 182 million, half of them being young people, the trend still continues. Our reporter in the Niger Delta region Nigeria, Muhammad Bello, with more

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  • Date 18.09.2018
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  • Author Bello,Muhammad
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