Benin anti-voodoo group members die of asphyxiation

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Several group members have been taken to hospital

Five members of a Benin eremite group have died of asphyxiation after they were reportedly told to bake scent and colourless in sealed request bedrooms as they waited for a universe to end.

Several people were taken to sanatorium after a weekend occurrence in Adjarra town, nearby a collateral Porto Novo.

The Very Holy Church of Jesus Christ of Baname group opposes a spell sacrament – one of a vital faiths in Benin.

Members of a argumentative group have clashed with supporters of other faiths.

The group’s immature leader, Vicentia Chanvoukini, famous by her supporters as “Lady Perfect”, has admitted herself a god.

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Benin has a inhabitant holiday to applaud Voodoo Day

About 40% of a race of a West African republic are believed to be following voodoo.

Voodoo Day is a open holiday and there is a inhabitant Voodoo museum.