Veteran actress and evangelist, Eucharia Anunobi, has sparked mixed reactions on social media after she announced admission into the university of witchcraft.
In a video she shared on her Instagram page on Saturday, February 12, the thespian listed some of the courses that would be taught in the university and told interested candidates to get the admission form.
However, it is presumed that she was highlighting some of the depravities in the Nigerian society including infidelity, homosexuality, ritual killings and others.
Speaking in the video, Eucharia said,
“Admission!! Admission!! Admission!! This is a notice to the general public that the University of witchcraft is now open for new students.
Some of the courses for study will be:
Research Methodology – For snatching your colleague’s husband or wife (309), For Understanding the principles and psychology of homosexuality or lesbianism, bisexuality, use of Kanyamata, Yahoo Plus, leaking of your sex tapes, calling the phone numbers of your church members instead of preaching the gospel, pretending to be a Christian in church but being Oloshos on social media (419).
And please if you have not submitted your project topic on the topic: “How to beat your wife mercilessly even if she’s the bread winner, how to cheat on her, how not to pay your children’s school fees and pretend that men are promiscuous by nature”, you will not graduate.
“Admissions start by 12 a.m and ends 12 midnight 14th of February 2022.”
Watch her speak below,
Netizens have shared their thoughts about the video and some described her as a “table shaker” for throwing subtle shades at people involved in these acts, and indirectly calling then “witches and wizards”.
See some reactions below,
@ify_enderlene wrote, “This table has been broken to pieces and it can’t be repaired… Never ever”
@yves_pearl wrote, “Some people have MSc from this university ”
@rebirthmaks wrote, “This woman has shattered the one leg of the table that was managing to still stand @rogunbule. I just love her”
@its_ekaete wrote, “Strictly for her colleagues Mbok”
__tochi_ wrote, “She fit mean am una go think say na joke”