A woman in Ethiopia gave birth to 15 babies, but they were all thrown to crocodiles. It is said that the poison of a tiger does not eat its offspring, why would a mother do this? It turned out that these children were judged by the tribal elders as cursed children, who would bring bad luck to the entire village and tribe. The criteria for the elders to judge whether a child is cursed is very simple: twins are not good, and children whose upper teeth grow first are not good either.
It is reported that the mother’s name is Balguda. She is 45 years old and can only live alone in the village, full of anger and sadness. However, it is not uncommon to have the same experience as hers in Ethiopia. About 300 children are executed in this way in Ethiopia every year.
According to reports, the Omo Valley is one of the most unique regions in the world, with many tribes and a tribe population of more than 200,000. The valley is located near the Great Rift Valley in Ethiopia. There are two major national parks, Omo National Park and Mago National Park. It is famous for its rich culture and wild species.
The tribal life in the Omo Valley is considered to be the most primitive and peaceful way of life on the African continent and even in the world. However, many Mingi children were killed due to the local extremely primitive way of life and traditions. (Mingi is defined as unclean or cursed. Once identified as Mingi, it means death.)