Imu Ozu(to question the dead) by Emmanuel Amiriwem

My people, as with most customs, attach a certain esoterism to death. We do not believe that one can die from a “natural cause,” without another’s hand in it; usually from an envious kinsman, or an enraged neighbor with whom one has had an altercation. For example, If you died from a severe ‘iba,’ we would say someone brought it upon you.  It is…

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