Writing from the viewpoint of a strong believer in the religion, the text was written in an assertive manner towards readers, You should. Also, in a style that demonstrates how strongly practitioners believe in their religion, very arrogantly, almost as if it were a fact. To adapt to the style of a dummies guide, every word that is newly introduced in Igbo, is highlighted in a different font (Apple Chancery). Also, important details in Juju are printed in bold to and the most important details are marked with an asterix. To facilitate understanding diagrams are included to illustrate the hierarchy of the gods and bulleting point to simplify the ritual process and underlined sub-titles.
This dummies guide is written for beginners and foreigners of the religion. There are many allusions to spirits, as well as detailed descriptions of how and why they carry out their rituals in a way that a foreigner could understand on a step-by-step basis. It also explains why spirits and ancestors are important and their significance in the lives of followers.
This dummies guide similar to the text Things Fall Apart aims to give a foreign audience the opportunity to live and experience Igbo culture through the eyes of Juju practitioner. This text aims to give more context and reason behind Igbo practice, which contrasts the stereotypical beliefs that Africans are barbaric socially backward.