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The curse started taking its effect when she became 15years.  She went through a lot of suffering and humiliations in the village and then she was rescued by her grandfather who made her ran away to the city on the night before the day she was to be beheaded. Her suffering never ended in the village but still continued to the city when her aunty refused to accommodate her.

Mami Demorh, the old witch, killed her own son and her grand children with exception of Yainkeh whose soul was protected by a special force of spirit.

It is an enormous traditional Limba story that will attract your attention for the love of the Sierra Leonean movie industry. It is motion picture that has all your expectations as it is an impressive and influential story.

The real life example of the story is often sad and far more complicated.

Find out the struggle and agony, this young lady went through in the city.

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