Yes! this will sound strange to anyone who grew up with a familiar belief system of Christianity,
Islam or any other colonial religions in Africa. Most middle class and upper class consider
African tradition and spirituality backward, superstitious or even evil to associate with. This is
because these religions have thought us to depend only on injections, tablets, pills and prayers to
cure diseases. It also programmed our minds to depend on government for employment immediately after
college or “wait for your time” syndrome for success Lol! Nonetheless to dismiss traditional
medicine or this pre-colonial, indigenous African philosophy as mere superstition would be
Nollywood movies, too, tend to portray traditional herbalists in a negative light; they picture
black magic which helps people with spells and charms for health, wealth and wellness as evil
that always backfires but can be controlled with a vigorous bout of Christian prayer. That is just
a mythical belief.
Just as good and evil people exist in this world so are good and evil traditional spiritualist exist.
If an evil traditional spiritualist could wreck evil and cause harm or death to humans to please
their evil clients using black magic, then a good traditional spiritualist can use the black magic
knowledge to do good, make life better and even can raise the dead.
Our ancestors were not stupid, and while it’s impossible now to know what percentage of their
“patients” recovered from their illnesses or are blessed materially due to religious consciousness
and background which makes many hide the truth of the source of their healing or success. They
resolve to go to church for their testimonies to keep up a religious appearance. The herbalists
would not have been in business for long if their remedies had been completely ineffective.
We advertise Dr Kenneth, a powerful spiritualist on social media because he believes and teaches
that everyone deserves a fair treatment when it comes to making use of what God deposited on
all of us -gifts. Many came to this world and die without this knowledge blaming God or ill luck
for their situation. As Dr Kenneth often says “what we don’t understand, we call a mystery. What
we understand alone, we call a revelation. What we could understand together, we call it
knowledge.” One couldn’t agree more because knowledge is what separate two people, making
one more superior than the other in most things. even the Bible concurs that “My people perish
because they lack knowledge.” Dr kenneth believes the world and its elites are experts in
knowledge hoarding and this was not the system of our African ancestors. he preaches freedom
to all seekers of knowledge instead of keeping only to the few; hence why we advertise him and
his services to the true seekers of the hidden knowledge of pure African Spirituality to also
partake in this light of truth.