Saving Africa’s Witch Children ** WARNING: DISTURBING IMAGES

This video contains disturbing images.

This is a disturbing program that was aired in the UK on channel 4 on Nov 12th that looks at the superstition and poverty, coupled with false Christian teaching in Africa, and the subsequent effect upon the lives of innocent young children.

To know more about Stepping Stones Nigeria that is helping children in Nigeria Africa please goto

http://www.steppingstonesnigeria.org/

If you have Firefox and you wish to start a fundraser you can goto as well

http://www.steppingstonesnigeria.org/…

It doesnt matter which country you are in sign this petition please.

http://www.thepetitionsite.com/2/help…

Support Stepping Stones Nigeria by making a single or monthly donation at.

http://www.justgiving.com/steppingsto…
Convirsion rates as follows

£20 = $29.00
£50= $74.00
£100 = $148.54

Please copy thes videos if you can or share the link to thes videos with everyone you know, even your church. Lets end this kind of hate for the children in Nigeria and all over the world. ”

Massive fraud perpetrated by Nigerian “Priests”; folklore resulting in hysteria, mental illness, and ultimately infanticide. Hell on earth.

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