- Gospel musician and evangelist Cecilia Marfo has confessed using marine spirit in her work
- A video of a pastor delivering her from that clutches of the spirit has popped up online
- Marfo had been rocked with many allegations including adultery and occultism
Popular gospel musician Cecilia Marfo has confessed that she was under the influence of a marine spirit.
In a video seen by YEN.com.gh on social media, Marfo, who looked sick and pale was seen in a bed with a pastor in the room to deliver her.
She was conversing with the pastor while she lay in bed, and from the conversation, it was revealed that Marfo had been sold to that spirit.
A report seen by YEN.com.gh on social media has it that Marfo was sold to the marine spirit, commonly called Maame Water, by her family at a price of GH₵50.
The spirit confessed to have possessed Marfo’s body and dominated her spirit, requesting that if it needed to be cast out, that amount must be refunded.
YEN.com.gh observed from the video that Marfo could barely move her body as she was stuck in the bed with a head cover.
She was only seen making signals with her fingers, for instance, when she was communicating the amount at which she was sold to the spirit.
The video comes on the heels of many accusations and allegations leveled against Cecilia Marfo including one claiming she belonged to an occult group.
Other serious allegations that she was deeply involved in adultery and sleeping with her driver were also made against her.
Her former cook, in an earlier report by YEN.com.gh, revealed that Marfo played with his manhood during a prayer session.
Gospel musician Gifty Osei also revealed in another report by YEN.com.gh that Cecilia Marfo wrote her name on a GH₵50 and buried it.
Cecilia Marfo was also in the news for being declared wanted by the police for allegedly defrauding a business partner.
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