Water well at prayer camp in Kumasi mysteriously turns bloody red

Water well at prayer camp in Kumasi mysteriously turns bloody red

- Water well situated at a prayer camp in the Ashanti region has turned red

- Residents suspect a spiritual attack on them

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A water well situated at the Jerusalem prayer camp in the Ahafo Ano South district of the Ashanti Region has turned “bloody” red.

Water well at prayer camp in Kumasi mysteriously turns bloody red

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The change in colour of the 100ft well has struck fear in among residents who say the texture of the well has been crystal clear over the past 9 years.

News reports from Hot 93.9 FM claims that residents are finding the development as a spiritual attack on the township especially when the well is situated at a prayer camp.

"it would not be far-fetched to think that this is more spiritual than physical because the well in question is always covered and the possibility of it being contaminated with something is slim per what I myself have seen," Mensah Abrompah told Boamah Darko on the 'Maakye' educative program on Accra-based Hot 93.9FM.

Water well at prayer camp in Kumasi mysteriously turns bloody red

Speaking on the development, Prophetess Grace Agude of Jerusalem Prayer Camp said; "when I came to establish this prayer camp 9 years ago, I had several messages from God telling me that he was going to perform a miracle that will surprise us all which I forgot because it was a long time ago but just yesterday, I heard the voice of the Holy Spirit telling me to go to where the well was, so I obeyed and on reaching there, I was instructed by the voice to fetch water from the well and when I did, I was astonished to see that the water we have been using for years have turned into blood," she revealed.

This strange occurrence following a recent trend at Koforidua relating to the Nsukwa River.

The cause of this change in color has not been confirmed, however it has been speculated that a chemical component from any of the factories in the area could be a factor.

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