Police Officers Confused As Babalawo Sacrifice Is Found In Front Of Nigerian Embassy In Paris
A video has surfaced online showing the moment Police officers in Paris saw a calabash of fetish sacrifice set in front of Nigerian Embassy.
In the video, the officers who appeared confused as to what the item was could be seen mumbling some words with the Embassy officials.
It is not clear what the purpose of the sacrifice is, but it may not be unconnected with the ongoing #EndSars protests carried out by Nigerians across the world.
If you recall, there was a protest at the Embassy in Paris few days ago, which ended in chaos as officials at the embassy called the Police on the protesters, leading to the arrest of some of their leaders.
A Twitter user who posted the video on the platform wrote:
“So as #EndSars dey hot for Paris rn ,Na so people go gather make sacrifice for Nigeria Embassy in Paris saying by fire by force government must end this #EndSARS
nah hin the Oyinbo man come Tok say this one nah waste food …I guess he never see that kain thing before”.
See Video Below;
So as #EndSars dey hot for Paris rn ,Na so people go gather make sacrifice for Nigeria Embassy in Paris saying by fire by force government must end this #EndSARS nah hin the Oyinbo man come Tok say this one nah waste food …I guess he never see that kain thing before pic.twitter.com/YgVzfcqw7k
— #ENDSWATNOW (@IsiakOlawuyi) October 20, 2020
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