Ethiopians suffering from demonic psychic attack or other negative paranormal sprit attachment troubles are frequentely blamed for attracting or creating their own problems, do having done something wrong, or having bad spirit. This attitude is unfair and largely based on ignorance consering how things in destructive cults work. Most of the victims are unsupported, jufged, blamed, avoided and in general let down. ECIC warns the public about demonic cults, attaching jealousy spirit and their deceitful techniques to imprision member's minds though fear and phobia indoctrination and the isolation of members from those outside the group either physically or psychologically.
If sexual harassment is defined as "unwelcome attention," then possession may be defined as "unwelcome intrusion of interference by a jealous attaching spirit into one's thoughts, will and/or body."
“Gete” Wami Degife is an Ethiopian former long-distance runner who competed in cross country, track, and road events.
Gete won gold medal at the 1999 World Championships in Seville, timing 30:24.56, which was a new African record and Championships Record. She also won the 10,000 m gold medal at the 1999 All-Africa Games that year. She is a two-time winner of the IAAF World Cross Country Championships, having taken the long race title in 1996 and then the short race title in 2001.
Gete won the 2006 Berlin Marathon, finishing in front of Salina Kosgei and Monika Drybulska on September 24. She was expected to beat the world record over 15 km during the Zevenheuvelenloop in and around Nijmegen on 19 November 2006, but failed. Gete finished in second position during the race, nine seconds behind Mestewat Tufa, who finished in 47:22.