Uproar as Student completes Project Research on 'Witchcraft and Religion in Africa'

A final year student’s research for graduation has popped up on social media, leading to a lot of controversies among netizens.

The topic for the research which has been done and completed was ‘Witchcraft and Religion in Africa, A Philosophical Analysis.

The research was conducted and completed in January 2021 on African Philosophy

The research which was done by Ibironke Esther Abiola from the Department of Philosophy has been queried by social media professors.

According to them, how was she able to conduct her research.

Did she use primary data or secondary data? Was it a quantitative analysis or it was a qualitative analysis?

Did she interview the witches to know to be able to fill out her objectives?

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  1. Abiola is from Department of philosophy not African studies she was an editor in chief of Naps press