Great Britain will reverse Juju Spells in effort to fight slavery

Britain’s anti-slavery commissioner is examining radical new plans to prosecute sex traffickers by “reversing” the juju spells that terrorise many of their victims into staying silent.

More than 100 Nigerian women were identified last year as having been trafficked into sexual slavery with their obedience ensured by magic rituals that threaten them with infertility or death if they reveal what has happened to them.

The appeal court have heard several cases of young girls and women jailed for travelling on fake papers after being too scared to tell police that they had been trafficked into Britain. Earlier this month, a judge quashed the conviction of a teenager after it emerged that she had been repeatedly raped, subjected to exorcism and juju rituals, and tricked by a woman into working as a prostitute in Britain.