The lady said she visited a native doctor for help after years of marriage without a child and that was when a spiritualist asked her to sleep with a dead man in a mortuary continuously for six months as a way of cleansing her from the bad spirits responsible for her childlessness.
She agreed and made arrangements with a mortuary attendant who permitted her to sleep with a dead male corpse inside the mortuary room every day for a six-month period.
She added that, after the stipulated time period, nothing happened. There was no conception and her barrenness problem was not solved. She said, this decision was the worst experience of her life and it was a difficult moment sleeping with a dead body.
She further stated that, after this experience, another person introduced her to a herbalist who gave her some herbal concoctions to drink for 4 months in order to conceive a child.
After the four-month period, she became pregnant and gave birth to two children. She expressed her gratitude to the herbalist who helped her to become pregnant.
Sharing her story, the Nigerian identified simply as Adeabo narrated thus; “I visited a sorcerer who told me I was under a generational curse and could only conceive if I slept with a dead man. After I thought about it for some time, I decided to try. I went to Ahero where I paid a mortuary attendant who arranged everything for me.”
“I did as I was instructed by the sorcerer. Honestly, it was the worst experience of my life. I wouldn’t t want any person to experience such. I gave up everything at the mercy of God.”
“One of my neighbours advised me to try a herbalist who has helped thousands of needy people. He gave me his contact. But with the previous nightmare, I went through, I was reluctant to take any step.
I was not ready to go through any terrifying encounter again. But I told myself, let me try it for the last time. I call the herbalist and he arranged the meeting. He put me on herbal medicine for four months. We are the happiest couple on earth now. We have our own children. I just don’t know how I can pay this herbalist… she said”
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