- A juju man by name Nana Adu Boafo says many Ghanaian musicians visit his shrine
- He said the majority of them are gospel musicians who come for power
- Nana Boafo said others come to have their competitors destroyed or careers stopped
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A local juju man who gave his name as Nana Adu Boafo has revealed that many Ghanaian musicians frequent his shrine.
According to him, the majority of his patrons are gospel musicians who come to him for all sorts of assistance.
Some of them want to take revenge, some want their competitors disgraced or embarrassed, others want to frustrate the careers of their colleagues, Nana Boafo reportedly said.
The juju man was especially fond of the gospel musicians than those in the other genres.
He explained that the gospel artistes open up to him and tell him everything they needed him to do in clear terms, unlike the other musicians.
He was speaking with George Quaye on Joy FM’s Showbiz A-Z, according to a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Ghanacelebrities.com.
Nana Boafo revealed that he has recorded a massive visitation to his shrine in recent times by all manner of people in the society for various reasons.
Meanwhile, there have been many times that some gospel musicians have quarreled and exposed each other for visiting shrines.
For instance, Joyce Blessing, has complained bitterly about how her colleague gospel musicians used juju against her.
Cecilia Marfo has also been accused by many of her colleagues of engaging in acts of juju.
Kennedy Agyapong, at one time, revealed how Marfo killed a 5-year-old sick boy who was taken to her.
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