- Paul Dogboe, father of Ghanaian boxer Isaac Dogboe, has refuted reports of his son losing a fight to Navarrette because of his involvement with 'juju'
- According to Paul, he was completely misquoted as the person who made the statement
- Isaac Dogboe's father clarified that he and his son believe in God, Jehovah, and that is who they worship and always consult
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Paul Dogboe, the father of former WBO Super Bantamweight champion, Isaac Dogboe, has said that black magic or 'juju' was not why his son lost twice to Emmanuel Navarrette.
This follows reports by a number of popular media houses that the boxer's father confessed that the losses to Navarette were as a result of following directives of a 'juju' man.
According to Paul Dogboe, he and his son are both staunch Christians and do not subscribe to black magic. He further stated categorically that they pray to Jehovah before any bout.
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Paul Dogboe described reports of him visiting a 'juju' man as low-life journalism and a story that was told wrongly.
He clarified the statement that was reported wrongly, saying, "When we won the title, we took the title to our royal house. Most royal thrones in Africa practice spiritism, fetishism and voodooism. It's only a few that have been consecrated."
"We went to no juju man. Again, what was said was, I sent the title to my royal house", Paul Dogboe reemphasized as the video ended.
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In another interesting report, a Ghanaian evangelist preaching at dawn was calmly but boldly intercepted by a local resident who was angered by the noise coming from her megaphone.
From the video sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official Instagram handle of Facts and Truths, the time of the incident appeared to be between 4:30 am and 5:30 am.
The entire environment was admittedly silent and serene which made the megaphone announcement stand out loud amid the tranquillity.
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