Despite the concerted efforts and prayers of Religious groups and organizations in Nigeria, the University of Nigeria Nsuka on Tuesday the 26th of November 2019 held Nigeria’s first highly controversial and much talked about “Witchcraft Conference”.
Organized by Egodi Uchendu, director of B.I.C. Ijomah Centre for Policy Studies at the university, the conference seeks to feature academics reviewing journals and information gathered over the years on witchcraft. The theme of witchcraft is only a topic for academic engagement.
While the conference has shown that it is not actually a gathering of people dressed in Black with pointy hats and flying on broomsticks, i think it a bit amusing to inform Nigerians about the position of Nigerian law as regards “Witchcraft”.
See photos from the conference: