A lady claims her housemaid attempted using Ogbanje charms in snatching her husband.
The lady took to her Facebook page to claim that her housemaid tried snatching her husband with charms. She shared pictures of the charms found and a picture of the maid.
The housemaid is simply identified as Ogochukwu who hails from Anambra state. According to her, the housemaid’s face was not showing in the live video she made and this is why she had to result in sharing a picture of the girl on her page. The lady wrote;
This is the face of my maid that brought charms to my house today I notice her face was not showing in my live video so here she is. Daughter’s of Jezebel husband thief she is from Anambra state her name is ogochukwu please everyone beware of her she is a beast.
Ogbanje is a term in Igbo Language, in odinani used for what was believed to an evil spirit that would deliberately plague a family with misfortune.
A container of the charm reads, Do As I Say with a bible verse written on it, Jeremiah 1: 9-10 (Then the Lord put forth his hand, and touched my mouth. And the Lord said unto me, Behold, I have put my words in thy mouth.) The branded charm must have been gotten from a Rev. Uche C. as inscribed on the bottle.