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The Potency of African bulletproof charm Depends on this Factors

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The Potency of African bulletproof charm have been question in recent times due to casualty as a result of many failed African voodoo bulletproof.

Many stories and myths have clouded the belief of Africa traditional bulletproof or Anti-bullet. The term Africa B.F has been popularly used as a hood language to describe a type of spiritual fortification that protects and shields one against bullets and knife cuts. In Eastern part of Nigeria this African voodoo bulletproof is referred to as odeshi.

African bulletproof charm

The video below show An African soldier shooting himself with different types of guns to test his bulletproof Charm.

It’s widely believed to be factual among local practitioners.

From a series of inquiries made by our correspondent in Gistafrika in one village in Nigeria, we were told many stories proving that the Africa traditional bulletproof is real and effective.

One of the locals said that the effectiveness of the charm is dependent on some factors which he mentioned as follows;

Trust: Having trust that the charm will work before going for the rituals. one popular African proverb says if you agree your God will agree, that to say, there’s  no point performing this traditional charm if you don’t believe it will work.

Secretive: Being secretive about the process and some of its rules, so that it doesn’t lose its potency.

Goodwill: Before you undergo the ritual, you must be of goodwill and of the intention of not harming people or become a nuisance to the society because you are fortified.

Abstinence: As the saying goes that great ability comes great responsibilities and sacrifices, so also it applies to Africa bulletproof. If the practitioner has numerous partners it will lead to depletion of the charm.

in some cases the failure of this African bulletproof charm can be attributed to fake traditional priest who deceive their patronizer.




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