I saw an online video somewhere of a lady selling juju. She was even advertising her special packages and doing promo.
Do I have a problem with her? No. For as long as she did not bring her wares to my doorsteps and forced me to buy and use them, I will never have a problem with her or people like that.
Why the outrage?
If pastors are allowed to sell their anointing oil and other miracle-working products to people, why condemn someone of diverse beliefs doing the same?
If you will ban people from visiting juju centers for solutions, you should also ban people from visiting prayer and miracle centers looking for solutions because they are apparently the same thing just different beliefs.
We need to hold everyone to the same standards. We are not a Christian country, we are not a Muslim country, we are not a traditional worshipping country. We are a country where everyone should practice what he or she believes in without coercing on infringing on the rights of others.
Caleb Onyeabor writes from Enugu. Follow him on Twitter on www.twitter.com/caleb_onyeabor