Tchamba is the name of a spirit considered among the most powerful and dangerous worshiped in the coastal regions of Togo and Benin. It is the spirit of the slaves who were displaced from north to south in the context of local domestic slavery and, more broadly, of the transantlantic slave trade of Africans.
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