On Facebook, a photo of a plantain tied with an item suspected to be ‘juju” has surfaced. According to the image’s poster, the photograph was taken in the 8th Miles area of Calabar, the Cross River state capital.
A swarm of plantains was spotted with a suspected fetish item in order to scare thieves away from stealing it.
George Udok, a Nigerian journalist and publisher, took to Facebook on Sunday to post a photo of a plantain tied with an item suspected to be ‘juju” in the 8th Miles area of Calabar, the Cross River state capital.
Some Nigerians have reacted to this development;
Mary Amicable wrote; Hahahaha. They de tie lie lie own plenty to mangoes and cashew in Yala to prevent students from pluging while coming back from school. 😂😂
Emy Figo; My own wey I Dey tie, omo those guys no send the juju oooooodem Dey cut all plus the juju.
Bethel Ewung Wrote; This is coping mechanism against hunger. A way of assuring food tomorrow. That bunch alone can go for 5500 naira at Marian Market. Lol.
Frank Ulom wrote; Calabar South boys go climb cut the plantain, leave the juju on top.
Wilfred Ina wrote; Nigerians are passing through very hard times indeed!😂