Ama Born Again makes chilling revelation about occultism, occults in Ghana

Ama Born Again makes chilling revelation about occultism, occults in Ghana

- A lady believed to be called Ama Born Again has made some damning allegations about how top citizens engage in occultism

- The lady revealed that there used to be a club in Accra where pastors visited and did all sorts of things

- It has been alleged that this same Ama Born Again has claimed she helped a popular prophet with ‘juju’ early on reported a story about a lady claiming in an audio that she was the one who introduced the Founder and leader of the True Fire Prophetic Word Ministry (TFPWM), Prophet Nigel Gaisie to juju in The Gambia.

In a new development, the woman, whose name has been gathered as Ama Born Again, has made other startling revelations about the occult world and the members involved.

READ ALSO: Prophet Nigel Gaisie is fake; He took juju from Gambia - Woman claims

Speaking in a TV interview, the lady who had her face covered with a black veil indicated that several top people in the country used one or more occult powers.

She revealed that there used to be a club where top pastors, Members of Parliament and some celebrities attended where many sinister acts were performed.

In recounting her escapades with occultism and the powers of the dark, the woman revealed that she ended up marrying a spiritual husband who later appeared to her in physical form.

She advised Christians against seeking spiritual help from 'mallams' since they had grave repercussions.

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Ama Born Again also showcased some of the products that were used in occultism and admonished people not to envy anyone who was living a flashy lifestyle.

According Ama Born Again, Prophet Nigel secured his juju from The Gambia, to help him establish himself as one of the most powerful prophets in Ghana.

READ ALSO: Woman recounts how she 'kills' men she sleeps with who sleep with other women

She claimed to have personally led Prophet Nigel to the 'juju' place after he came to her in The Gambia and requested for help to acquire a powerful spirit.

This is not the first time a prophet has been tagged as fake and it is not expected to be the last. The likes of Bishop Obinim, Kumchacha, Opambour and many others have at some points being described as such.

But it looks like Prophet Nigel's tag has come too early in the day. He only gained national attention after it emerged that he had predicted death by accident on the Sunyani road for the late Ebony Reigns before her tragic accident.

In a video posted on Facebook on February 8, Prophet Nigel was indeed heard making such prophecies about Ebony and it shot him to prominence.

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