Ghanaians go 'crazy' over video of lady using 'akpeteshie' on Jubilee House road to pronounce curses

Ghanaians go 'crazy' over video of lady using 'akpeteshie' on Jubilee House road to pronounce curses

- Some Ghanaians have reacted to a bizarre video of a woman pronouncing curses

-The unidentified woman was captured standing in the middle of the Liberation Road pouring libation

- A voiceover in the video alleged that the lady was making diabolic declarations

- Some Ghanaians have reacted following a publication by YEN.com.gh

Following a publication about a lady who was captured in a video allegedly pronouncing curses in the middle of the Liberation Road, some Ghanaians have reacted angrily with many calling on Jesus to nullify the curse.

On Saturday, September 27, 2019, the unidentified lady was videoed standing in the middle of the Liberation Road opposite Afrikiko Restaurant, which is some blocks adjacent to the Jubilee House, the seat of Ghana's Government.

YEN.com.gh earlier reported that the lady was captured with a bottle in hand pouring bits of the bottle’s content on the highway along with unheard 'diabolic' declarations and later breaks the bottle on the road.

The video has left some Ghanaians upset following the publication.

''God forbid! I reject every curse upon our lives in Jesus Mighty Name, Amen! Holy Spirit take control..Holy Ghost Fire..,'' Chima Kwami, said in reaction.

Doreen Akwayena wrote: ''I'm surprise that some people still don't know that God fight our battles for us oo if only we leave them in HIS hands☹.''

Nana Ama reacted angrily when she said: ''Nkurases3 kwa. Who Jah bless, no one can curse.''

Yusuf Mohammed Bawa called for the woman's arrest.

''People here saying should call Police to arrest her and you guys has forgotten that our constitution doesn't incur to arrest who uses curse on someone ......I agred with her 100%,'' his reaction said on Facebook.

Others also reacted follwing the publication.

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Emmanuel Addipa-Adapoe, a doctor who shared photos along with a caption on Facebook, disclosed that the mother of the newborn baby ''absconded'' from the Kwahu Atibie Government Hospital (KGH) in the Eastern Region because she couldn't afford to pay her medical bills.

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