E/R: Fetish Priest leaks private videos of woman who wants Akufo-Addo, Victor Newman dead

E/R: Fetish Priest leaks private videos of woman who wants Akufo-Addo, Victor Newman dead

- A fetish priest has leaked videos of his client who wants President Akufo-Addo dead

- Unhappy with the installation of the new paramount chief for the Akuapem Traditional Area, the woman sought the intervention of the fetish priest

- In one of the leaked videos, the woman can be heard asking the gods to strike anyone involved in the installation including the president

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A fetish priest in the Eastern region reportedly leaked semi-nude videos of a woman who had visited his shrine to seek his intervention over the controversial enstoolment of a new Okuapemhene, YEN.com.gh has gathered.

E/R: Fetish Priest leaks nude videos of woman who wants Akufo-Addo, Victor Newman dead
E/R: Fetish Priest leaks nude videos of woman who wants Akufo-Addo, Victor Newman dead
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Oseadeeyo Kwasi Akuffo Ababio was installed as the new paramount chief for the Akuapem Traditional Area in May 2020, succeeding Oseadeeyo Nana Addo Dankwa III who died six years ago.

The new Okuapemhene is a graduate of the Westchester Community College, Val Halla, New York, and an old student of the Presbyterian Boys Senior High School, Legon in Accra.

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Oseadeeyo Akuffo’s installation followed the ruling of the Judicial Committee of the Eastern Regional House of Chiefs on the Akuapem chieftaincy dispute, ending years of litigation between two factions over who was to be rightfully installed the next chief of Akuapem.

Unhappy with the installation of the new Akuapemhene, the aforementioned woman identified as Atta Magali visited the shrine to kill all those behind the installation of the new Okuapemhene, Starr FM reported.

Atta Magali, the outlet reported was captured on the videos chanting to kill President Akufo-Addo, the new Okuapemhene Oseadeyo Kwasi Akufo II, Victor Newman a presidential staffer now deceased, and many others who backed the installation of the new Okuapehene.

Atta Magali in one of the leaked videos from the shrine of Torgbe Shitor, the fetish priest operating in Akyem Kukurantumi of the Eastern Region, could be heard chanting to the gods in a piece of cloth around her waist saying: “agoo agoo, nananom it is me Attaa sister to Kwasi Akufo who is being denied the Okuapemhene stool.”

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She continued: “I am the one putting this photo into the coffin. Anyone who is part of this grand scheme from the family must be killed and summoned to the wilderness to answer.”

The outlet further reported that the woman in another video was asked to undress by the fetish priest and make incantation over a concoction prepared in a bucket and mention the names of persons who are working against Odehye Kwasi Akufo and his family.

“Those who have tied our souls in the middle of the Akropong so that we don’t get the support of the subjects must be dealt with -Sammy Mfum, Nana Ofei, Baamuhene, Victor Newman, President Akufo Addo are all included. Nananom deal with them and also protect our family. Now, I bath this concoction to cancel any death on our family and send it back to them,” she reportedly said as captured in the leaked video.

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In other news on YEN.com.gh, an emotional video clip of the 10-year-old boy, Ishmael Mensah, who was killed by two teenagers in Kasoa for money rituals, has emerged on social media.

In the heartbreaking video, Ishmael Mensah and his friends could be seen jamming to Larruso's Killy Killy song.

The video shows the little boy creating special memories and bonding with his two friends.

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