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June 12, 1990 | MICHAEL A. HILTZIK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Naked to the waist, his huge head shaved bald, Atchedo Nassessode reached out from the unlighted shack that is his place of business and proffered his card. "Chief Fetishist, Traditional Healer," it read. "Explicator of African Voodoo Forces." Finally it gave his address: the huge fetish market in this suburb of the capital of Togo, down a long red-clay road, hard by the city dump. Outside in the bleached afternoon sun the market stalls were open.
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June 12, 1990 | MICHAEL A. HILTZIK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Naked to the waist, his huge head shaved bald, Atchedo Nassessode reached out from the unlighted shack that is his place of business and proffered his card. "Chief Fetishist, Traditional Healer," it read. "Explicator of African Voodoo Forces." Finally it gave his address: the huge fetish market in this suburb of the capital of Togo, down a long red-clay road, hard by the city dump. Outside in the bleached afternoon sun the market stalls were open.
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