Magun is a yoruba term for "don't climb". It is an invisible sign that tells not to have sexual relations with a woman. In Nigeria, particularly yoruba land, a woman laced with magun that indulges in adultery will die alongside her cheating partner and the death is usually a shameful one.
You might be wondering why am writing on this topic today but the truth is I am as curious about it as you are! Yes, in Africa, we are superstitious, we have voodoo, blah blah blah but is magun a myth foisted on us by nollywood? Why is it that it is only women that are laced with magun and not men? Does it mean that men have the right to cheat while women should remain docile and respecting?
Oh well if magun is real, I like the fact that it deters women from cheating but can there be a magun for men too?
The part I dont like about magun is that it has an incubation period and whether the woman cheats or not, she'll die eventually. Well maybe someday science would be able to explain this magun claims.