- A Nigerian lady identified as Ebere Asonibe said she became a native doctor because that was the path her ancestors wanted her to tread
- According to Ebere, her life became miserable when she refused to continue with her great-grandmother's profession
- She sought deliverance but all to no avail and she resorted to step into her great-grandmother's shoes
A young lady identified as Ebere Asonibe is a graduate who chose to become a native doctor due to circumstance beyond her.
The lady said her dead ancestors were making life miserable for her because she was adamant on not continuing with her great-grandmother's profession as an herbalist.
In a report by Information Nigeria, Ebere said her ancestor will come to her in a vision and show her herbs and where to locate them, and when she goes into the bush in the morning she will see the exact herbs.
According to the young lady, different men of God tried to deliver her but all to no avail. She said she decided to do what her ancestor wanted when she could not win the battle.
She is now a known herbalist who uses herbs to treat different diseases.
In an earlier report by Briefly.co.za, aaving the man of your dreams propose to you is really amazing. A young South African sangoma recently took to Twitter to share the clip of her partner proposing to her while they were having a romantic dinner at an unknown local restaurant.
In the heartwarming post, @AmanziAbanzi also shares a touching message about her partner, who she explains accepted her while she was going on her spiritual journey to becoming a sangoma, even paying her a salary while she wasn't working.
"This man accepted my spiritual gift & then some. Paid me my salary while I took a sabbatical from work. Organised his family to attend my ntwaso. Held our family down as a single parent during my 4 months ephehlweni. Tonight he re-proposed. This time, for you and idlozi," she wrote.
Twitterzens were left moved by the heartwarming post, heading to the comment section to share their thoughts.
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