Tuesday, November 26, 2019

Witchcraft conference eventually held in UNN and shockingly there was a large turnout

A controversial conference on witchcraft began today at the University of Nigeria Nsukka (UNN), despite opposition from Christian communities within and outside the university.

The leadership of UNN stopped short of forcing the organisers to cancel the conference because of pressure, Premium Times has learnt.

A Nigerian journalist, Patrick Egwu, who is attending the two-day conference, told the new outlet that the venue has been shifted to a bigger hall – Princess Alexandra auditorium – because of the large turnout of participants.


Participants stood up and said ‘amen’ to an opening prayer which was said by a priest, Mr Egw said..

Christ Church choir of the university sang the opening hymn at the conference. “It was more like a normal church event, people calling Jesus and praying that the aim of the event should be achieved,” Mr Egwu said.

The journalist said the word ‘witchcraft’ was removed from the conference banner in order to lessen the controversy around it, but that every discussion at the conference centered on witchcraft.

More than 500 people were already seated midway into the conference, he said.


19 comments:

  1. Chai people eh

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  2. What's the new title now?

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  3. What is the aim of the conference?

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  4. Enter your comment... surely they will gather, but if there gathering is not in the name of Jesus Christ, they'll scatter......

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  5. To REALLY UNDERSTAND this conference,read (esoteric) books by Mike Omoyele and Dion Fortune.
    On scribe.com, search for ' You Can Change Your Destiny' - Mike Omoyele.
    I won't say more.

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  6. Enter your comment... what is the economic important of this seminar toward the development of the school and people at Large hosting in the meeting

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    1. Enter your reply...first ask itself the economic important of other religion and our national assembly

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  7. Enter your comment...The end time has come, there is no surprise to me because everything Jesus said in Matthew 24 has begin to manifest.

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  8. As long as the meeting took place, that tell us that there is no longer truthful pastor in Nigeria again...I remember when they wanted to hold this witchcraft meeting during the days of blessed memory Benson Idahosa..he told them that as long as he is still alive the meeting will not hold...and that's how the meeting was cancelled..He said again that as long as His God is still alive the meeting can never hold....hmmmmmmm .. but today all the call great pastor have all failed...they should bury their head in shame .. what a shameless pastors.

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  9. Enter your comment...indeed the conference hold in disguise b/c the name was changed, but one thing I know is God can not be mocked, the organizers should not provoke God,s wroth. and again let's me sound it clearly where is our end time Christian and said if am man of God,God help us Christians

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  10. Enter your comment...why are they not writing their names, are they afraid, all is just anonymous anonymous.

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  11. Enter your comment...I wont be surprised if the venue is Government House of the host state. Magic is essential part of Igbo culture.

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  12. God have mercy

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  13. Enter your comment...oh God help your people

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  14. Enter your comment...i dey passooooo i no fit wait abeg

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  15. But ironically the same school system will not allow Christian campus fellowship to trive

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  16. Enter your comment...Mr journalist why didn't you get for us the names of the organisers and the names of the dignitaries that attended

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  17. ..what's a shot

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  18. chiscomax2013@gmail.com29 November, 2019 09:12

    Enter your comment...the priest is he a traditional or Christian one ?

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