Title Nigeria: 1. Do Igbos in Nigeria believe in witchcraft? 2. Are there any reports of suspected witches being harmed in Anambra State? If so, by whom and in what ways? 3. Are there any reports of men in Nigeria being suspected of being witches? 4. What is the level of state protection for those suspected of being witches (and harmed or threatened by non-state actors)?
Publisher Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal
Publication Date 1 June 2012
Country Nigeria
Topics Harmful traditional practices | Non-state agents of persecution | SGBV | State protection
Citation / Document Symbol NGA40154
Cite as Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal, Nigeria: 1. Do Igbos in Nigeria believe in witchcraft? 2. Are there any reports of suspected witches being harmed in Anambra State? If so, by whom and in what ways? 3. Are there any reports of men in Nigeria being suspected of being witches? 4. What is the level of state protection for those suspected of being witches (and harmed or threatened by non-state actors)? , 1 June 2012, NGA40154, available at: http://www.refworld.org/docid/5146fd322.html [accessed 31 July 2014]
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