- Akua Mariama Denteh, the 90-year-old lady who was mob-attacked in the Savannah Region's final moments have surfaced in a video
- The video that was taken just hours before her demise, showed the last words Akua Denteh had to say to the individuals who kept torturing her
- After persistent lashes, she admitted to being a witch just so that they let go of her
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A video has surfaced online, showing the final moments of Akua Mariama Denteh, the 90-year-old lady who was mob-attacked at Kafaba in the Gonja East Municipality.
It would be recalled that the old lady was attacked by the Kafaba locals over an alleged was suspicion that she was a witch responsible for the retrogression of the community.
The new video of Akua Denteh showing what happened in her house was sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official Facebook handle of TV3 Ghana.
Watch the video below:
The 90-year-old's final words to the individuals who landed heavy lashes on her were that she was actually a witch.
Clearly, the old woman in the Savannah Region confessed to being a witch as a result of the persistent beatings that the community members put her through in the video.
It is reported that Akua Mariama Denteh passed away not many hours after falsely admitting she practised witchcraft, as seen in the heartbreaking video.
Meanwhile, the SUAPOLOR of the Se (Shai) Traditional Area, King of Kordiabe-Madaam, His Royal Majesty Drolor Bosso Adamtey I has condemned the killing of the 90-year-old Ghanaian woman who was alleged to be a witch.
In a video shared on his official Instagram handle, King of Kordiabe-Madaam made several declarations and also called on religious leaders, political and traditional rulers to speak up concerning the incident.
His Royal Majesty Drolor Bosso Adamtey I, who is a renowned Christian leader in the United States, pointed out that superstition, together with some religious messages preached, underpins such unfortunate incidents.
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