Ga people carried the Ark of Covenant from Israel to Ethiopia - Historian

Ga people carried the Ark of Covenant from Israel to Ethiopia - Historian

- Osu Wulomo, a popular Ga chief priest has indicated that the Ga actually originated from Israel and were significantly involved in biblical events

- The man who knows the deep history of the Ga people indicates that the people who carried the Ark of Covenant from Israel to Ethiopia were Ga

- This, Osu Wulomo describes, was after the Kingdom of Israel was invaded by Persians and many of them were taken into captivity

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Chief Priest, Wor-Lumor Nuumo Noi Sekanku Kpenuku II who is of the Osu Nadu/Klottey Clan has revealed that Ga people had something to do with the Ark of Covenant.

In an interview with Ghanaweb sighted by YEN.com.gh, the renowned chief priest who is also a historian, mentions that the Ga people actually originated from Israel and were part of the Tribe of Dan, which is biblical.

The people of Dan were allocated in a coastal portion of the settlement after the people of Israel entered the Promised Land after which the tribe later moved northwards.

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Ga people carried the Ark of Covenant from Israel to Ethiopia - Historian

Source: UGC
Source: UGC

The Osu Wor-Lumor indicates that during the transportation of the famous Ark of Covenant in the Bible, Ga people played a major role by moving the artefact to Ethiopia

He mentions that the particular event occurred after the Kingdom of Israel was attacked and overcome by Persians and forced many of them into slavery.

In Osu Wor-Lumor's own words, "In 72 AD, when the Persians invaded Israel, Jerusalem and they had wanted to take the Ark of Covenant, so we were the people who carried the Ark of Covenant to Ethiopia."

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"We left from Ethiopia because the Somalians were disturbing us...We left Ethiopia to Sudan to settle near the Coa Valley," he added.

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In a snippet of an interview sighted by YEN.com.gh, the brilliant young player indicates that although he is still a teenager, he is fully ready to take up the challenge of playing wonderfully for the national team if given the opportunity.

Matthew mentions that football is about mental preparation and physical training, and with the right proportions of those, anyone regardless of their age can perform at the maximum level.

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