- Paa Dogo, a fetish priest with expertise in healing mental problems has been hospitalised at Sekondi in the Western Region
- Reports say Dogo was rushed to the Effia Nkwanta Regional Hospital after he suffered broken heart from a lady
- The lady was sent to him for treatment over a mental-related problem and the two started dating after she became well
- However, Dogo caught her in bed with her former boyfriend
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Paa Dogo, fetish priest at Sekondi in the Western Region has been hospitalised after he suffered a severe heartbreak from his girlfriend.
YEN.com.gh gathers that the fetish priest was rushed to the Effia Nkwanta Regional Hospital in February 2020 over broken heart.
Paa Dogo, who has been reported as an expert in healing mental problems was tasked to heal the nurse who was brought to him with psychological issues.
''The lady found out her boyfriend who resides in Accra, was having an affair with her best friend. Life became unbearable for the nurse who later tried committing suicide because of the heartbreak.''
''She was acting abnormally at a point in time so we even thought she was going mad. A friend she made here sent her to Paa Dogo to heal her and help her overcome the heartbreak,'' Maame Pokua recounted.
A few weeks after she was brought to Paa Dogo, she became better and somehow the two started dating.
''A few weeks through the dating, Paa Dogo went to the nurse’s place to give her pre valentine flowers only to find the nurse’s ex-boyfriend in bed with her. Paa Dogo dropped the flowers and immediately shouted ‘Aw Jesus, I’m dead.''
At the time of the report, he was in a coma receiving medical treatment at the Effia Nkwanta Regional Hospital intensive care unit.
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The founder of the National Democratic Party (NDC) used to be a regular blood donor.
Until he turned 60 years, former President Rawlings responded positively to calls for regular blood donations to help save lives and also ensure that the country’s national blood banks were well-stocked.
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