Gistlovers Reals How Dr. Aanu Uses Patients for Dark Rituals


Dr. Aanu of Med Contour, a Lagos-based cosmetic surgery hospital has been called out by Gistlovers blog for allegedly working with babalawo to use patients for dark rituals.

Gistlovers blog on Instagram who has sworn to call out Dr Aanu took to their page to allege that the self-acclaimed surgeon worked with a babalawo and another lady, Fifi to use patients for dark rituals and allow them leave with physical and/or spiritual deformities.

They wrote;

Heloo Tueh Tueh, so Aanu doesn’t just have a police woman backings, She and fifi d moon have a babalawo (herbalist) his name is Opemoluwa Kehinde Anipupo. He is also the official herbalist of a popular monarch in Lagos (name withheld) His home and shrine is at ilasan very close to the egungun groove of ikate elegushi kingdom.

Asides from doing regular ifa (herbalist) spiritual work for them. He dables in a loooooooot of dark craft on their behalf.

One igbo girl they call Constance (orisaronke) The three of them now recruit other females in lekki seeking riches or fame or just trying to sort out some life challenges.

Not only is Aanu a quack. When people are lying unconscious on her table, she allegedly extract blood, hair and other body fluids for dark ritualistic purposes. And anipupo helps them do the dirty spiritual job. Their babalawo. That’s his name.

When someone dies on Aanu’s table Anipupo is the one to make sure the case never succeeds. And not just that, don’t forget the patients are also being used for dark rituals, so they end up with energy drain, finacial drain. Basically they become useless. Except for people like that tee girl wo has a strong and solid God behind them. So many of them can’t fight. They just go away, with physical and/or spiritual deformities. When the first story of the beauty queen broke, it was because fifi and Aanu were fighting then so she stepped aside and withdrew Anipupo from doing the usual. Aanu had to go back to beg fifi, then they killed the case their usual way. They all work in a ring, with Anipupi for their rituals. And they have different ways of fulfilling their pledge

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