A Nigerian woman took her little daughter to a river to mark her 5th birthday in style. In a video she shared on TikTok, the woman and the celebrant sported white attires as she performed rituals there.
She lit candles at a dry spot and had with her some fetish items, including incense. Her clip stirred mixed reactions. Taking to the comment section, the woman explained that the water actually gave her the child. She said her child almost died after birth until she realised her real source.
“Until I took her somewhere &was told what to do, and I did, I as well went to water for her sake,my baby became okay automatically, life is mystery.
“I almost lost this girl after her birth, I never knew that she was a dada child,I was busy combing her hair and she was busy planning to go back,until.”
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