- Nana Kwaku Bonsam, acclaimed fetish priest has called on President Akufo Adoo to quickly intervene to solve the death saga in KUMACA
- According to him the cause of death in the school is the result of ‘juju’ planted in the school to make it prestigious
- He said if the President does not allow proper rituals to be performed to cleanse the school, the death will not end
Renowned Ghanaian fetish priest, Nana Kwaku Bonsam, has urged the President to quickly put in place a committee to see to it that rituals are performed in KUMACA.
According to Kwaku Bonsam, until this is done, the death and hospitalization of some students of the school will not end.
He disclosed on Hot 93.9FM the recent deaths in the school are being caused by ‘black magic’ or ‘juju’ planted in the school.
Though Kwaku Bonsam failed to mention the names of those who planted the ‘juju’, he said that was done as a means to gain recognition and prestige for KUMACA.
Therefore, to avert the death and future reoccurrence, he recommends a spiritual cleansing for the school which must be allowed by the President and the school authority, stated a razzonline.com report.
“I advised President Akufo- Addo to take the recent happenings bizarre happenings in KUMACA serious.”
“Something was planted in the school so he should not waste time in setting up committees to look into the death that is obviously spiritual and requires spiritual means in dealing with the issue,” he said.
Meanwhile, other ‘men of God’ have also blamed the current death situation on evil spirits invading the school.
Rev. Owusu Bempah and the Eagle Prophet have all said the KUMACA deaths are caused by evil spirits.
However, health officials have established that the KUMACA deaths are caused by the HINI Influenza Virus.
Therefore, the Ghana Health Service has put measures in place to curb the spread of the virus and to assist the students who have already been affected.
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