- A mortuary worker has revealed that some Ghanaian pastors buy water from dead bodies at GH₵7,000
- She said the water is on high demand as it is used for church service by the pastors
- The worker said the mortuary workers are forced to ply this trade to earn more money
YEN.com.gh has seen a video of a female mortuary worker claiming that some Ghanaian pastors buy corpse water from them.
She was speaking in an interview with Accra-based Atinka FM, where she narrated how the water was in high demand.
According to the lady whose identity was hidden, the pastors pay as much as GH₵7,000, for the water, and sometimes they even have shortage.
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She explained that some family members prefer to have their corpses bathed at the mortuary, and this is the water that the pastors come to buy.
She said when the floor is mopped, the cleaners squeeze the dirty water out and keep it in bottles which the pastors come for in disguise.
Describing it as a ‘side job’, the mortuary worker confessed to be doing this business in order to earn more money, explaining that the work in itself does not fetch them much.
She, however, did not mention the names of the pastors and the churches, perhaps, for fear of being victimised.
"The pastors buy the water, it is in high demand. When the cleaners mop the floor after a corpse is bathed, they squeeze the dirty water into containers which the pastors come to buy," the lady narrated.
The water is being used by the pastors who patronise it to perform miracles in their churches.
Please start from the first minute to watch the mortuary worker make the chilling confession:
Some, it has been gathered, are made to drink this ‘miracle water’ for various reasons.
YEN.com.gh will follow up on this development and update our readers with new information when they come in.
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