Ghanaian pastor bashes his son for making a post about going to Benin

Ghanaian pastor bashes his son for making a post about going to Benin

- Benin has been trending on social media lately because of a story of an 87-member group that went for a ritual in the country but ended up in a scary situation

- A rising musician/rapper called Myk decided to tap into the trend, but his father who is a pastor, discovered the post and did not like what he found

- According to Myk, he was called, rebuked, counselled, corrected, and instructed by his father

Our Manifesto: This is what YEN.com.gh believes in

A Ghanaian gentleman who calls himself Myk_Milllah on Twitter has indicated that his father rebuked him without mercy for making a WhatsApp status update concerning Benin.

In the post sighted by YEN.com.gh on his personal handle on Twitter, Myk, who is an upcoming musician/rapper said he only posted "Benin soon" as his status and his dad got to view it.

From that moment, Myk was called, rebuked, counselled, corrected, and instructed by his father who is a pastor of a local church.

READ ALSO: KNUST SHS student who passed away died of stomach ulcer and not COVID-19 - Report

View post below:

Stories about people going to Benin have been trending on social media lately, with many people confused about what all the talk has been centred on.

Reports gathered by YEN.com.gh have shown there was actually a group of 87 people who went to Benin for a ritual from a traditional priest.

However, they were reportedly informed that seven of them would be randomly picked, not to return but to be used as a sacrifice for the rest.

READ ALSO: Lady starts all-girls car wash and painting business with employees before her graduation

A voice note from one of the members is reported to have surfaced, sparking the entire conversation about Benin on social media.

Ghanaian pastor bashes his son for making a post about going to Benin

Source: UGC
Source: UGC

In a separate news report, Shamima Opoku Amankwah, a brilliant girl who grew up in Ghana, left Wesley Girls' SHS when she was in year one and ended up becoming the best graduating student at Our Lord Secondary School in Canada.

In an interview with YEN.com.gh, the small lady reveals that she is originally Canadian but spent most of her formative years in Ghana.

Shamima attended The Ridge School from inception to junior high school, after which she went to Wesley Girls' and then left Ghana the following year.

Enjoy reading our stories? Download YEN's news app on Google Play now and stay up-to-date with major Ghana news!

Senior Minister, Osafo-Maafo, tests positive for COVID-19:

Subscribe to watch new videos

Got a national or human interest story you think we should should know about?

Get interactive via our Facebook page

Source: Yen

Mailfire view pixel