- A popular shrine in the Eastern Region has been turned into a prayer camp under the watch of a catholic church
- Togbe Mawusi Afram, the traditional ruler of Bebuso in the Kwahu Afram Plains South District took the bold action
- According to him, the decision was made to make the place more attractive to tourists
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Togbe Mawusi Afram, the traditional ruler of Bebuso in the Kwahu Afram Plains South District of the Eastern Region has turned a popular shrine into a prayer cramp.
According to a report by adomonline.com, the shrine has now been put under the care of the catholic church in the area.
Explaining the reason behind his action, the traditional ruler said in an interview that the shrine was handed over to the Catholic Church with the hope of it being used as a tourist attraction to generate revenue for the town.
Ahmin Abdulai Jamere, the Tourism Development Officer for the area, also mentioned when interviewed that efforts were being made by the Tourism Ministry to rehabilitate the shrine to make it attractive for tourist activities.
Theresa Botwe, a Catholic in the area, who spoke to Adom News, noted that the conversion of the shrine into a prayer camp has been beneficial to her and those who offer prayers in the camp.
According to her, despite being a single mother, her prayers to be able to take care of her children have been answered as she is now able to properly take care of her children.
In a separate report, 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.
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