Man shows 'blood spots' & 'ribs' of Jesus Christ in Volta Region where residents believe he was buried

Man shows 'blood spots' & 'ribs' of Jesus Christ in Volta Region where residents believe he was buried

- A town in the Volta Region called Wusuta has a spot with interesting features residents believe to be 'marks' of the Biblical Jesus Christ

- It is reported that the place serves as a prayer ground for many who believe the power of God is stronger at the spot

- A tour guide who showed some of the 'blood spots', 'rib marks' and the like admitted that Jesus Christ is known by the world to have died in Jerusalem

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Wusuta in the Volta Region has a tourist site where many residents believe that the Biblical Jesus Christ died and was buried.

It serves as a highly-revered prayer ground.

In the snippet of an interview with JoyNews sighted by YEN.com.gh, a tour guide who was also a resident of Wusuta showed the viewers many features that 'proved' Christ was buried at the spot.

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The features included supposed blood spots, marks of Jesus' rib, a spot where Christ prayed with his disciples before getting married and the graveside where Jesus was buried.

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When the tour guide finished going through the various artefacts, the host asked him how all of this is possible for the Biblical Jesus when the whole world knows he was buried in Jerusalem.

To this, the resident of Wusuta simply indicated that although there is that discrepancy, the belief of the people remains that Jesus was buried in their town.

The guide attempted to clear any lingering doubts in the minds of all when he stated that all those who believe Wusuta was the final resting place of Jesus are true Christians.

Man shows 'blood spots' & 'ribs' of Jesus Christ in Volta Region where residents believe he was buried

Man shows 'blood spots' & 'ribs' of Jesus Christ in Volta Region where residents believe he was buried Source: Facebook, Joy News
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Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh also reported that Adelaide Bortier, a beautiful Ghanaian lady in her mid-20s has said that she misses seeing the sky and other elements of nature after losing her sight.

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In an interview with TV3 Ghana sighted by YEN.com.gh on the verified Facebook handle of the organization, Adelaide indicated she had a dream of becoming a news anchor and a musician until meningitis took her sight.

Adelaide had simply felt unwell, gone into a coma and woken up having hallucinations after which she realized that her sight was gone.

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