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He says that ritual servitude is part of African Traditional Religion in some places, but not a universal practice of that religion. One child of a trokosi on "temporary release" said, "whenever my mother goes fishing or does any work, she must divide it into three, with two parts going to the priest. At the time the Amlade clan Sui became very powerful, and began to demand female slaves from those who sought its services. These shrine slaves serve the priests, elders, and owners of a traditional religious shrine without remuneration and without their consent, although the consent of the family or clan may be involved.