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Ogbunabali

Ogbunabali (Ikwerre: [He] kills at night) is the traditional Ikwerre Death deity. His name is considered to be a literal description of his character as he is said to kill his victims in the night, these usually being criminals or those who have committed an unspeakable taboo.


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