- The country is currently experiencing an economic recession
- Some Nigerians are beginning to take desperate measures to make money just to make ends meet
- A man openly tried to set up a shrine at a popular junction in Lagos
Allen Junction, Ikeja, Lagos, which is notoriously known for the high patronage of nightcrawlers (call girls) and mentally challenged people who mostly roam around, may have taken a turn from the usual.
NAIJ.com witnessed a man who appears to be a 'budding' herbalist, preparing his concoctions in broad daylight.
The yet-to-be identified young man who appears to be in his early 30s was seen setting up his shrine and tying several palm fronds which he further attached to bottles and several objects scattered near his feet.
The man would jump up at intervals, do a strange dance while chanting what appeared to be incantations, making people run away or walk even faster because they were afraid of him.
The man however carried on his business without actually touching anybody, till the NAIJ.com reporter left the area after taking pictures from the safety of a car.
See pictures below:
Could it be the recession that has driven this man into doing this?
Meanwhile, see this video of NAIJ.com's market survey where it is revealed that government is not responsible for the inflation in the country.