I stopped hairdressing because a 'maame wata' client took my colleagues undersea - Lady in video

I stopped hairdressing because a 'maame wata' client took my colleagues undersea - Lady in video

- A former hairdresser in Ghana has narrated how some of her colleagues were taken underwater by a client who was a 'mermaid'

- According to the lady named Janet, the three colleagues of hers had been contracted to make hair for a client when they disappeared whilst at it

- One of them came back to narrate what happened but the other two have never been seen since then, according to Janet

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Janet, a young Ghanaian lady who used to be a hairdresser has revealed that she quit the job to now sell plastic bowls because of a strange incident that happened to some of her colleagues.

In an interview with SV TV Africa, Janet indicated that a lady who was later found to be a 'maame wata' took three of her senior colleagues undersea.

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According to Janet, the trio had been contracted to go and braid hair for the client and while they were at it, they suddenly found themselves under the sea screaming.

See the full narration below:

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The former hairdresser further narrated that one of them who later came back to tell the tale, said when they appeared underwater, she screamed 'Jesus' and immediately disappeared back onto the land.

Janet strangely said from the time of the incident, the other two colleagues have never been heard of as they could not be traced and they never returned home.

Janet, who is now married with kids, added that people who make hair face a lot of spiritual attacks, and many of them fortify themselves through rituals to get customers and avoid being prone to such attacks.

I stopped hairdressing because a 'maame wata' client took my colleagues to the sea
I stopped hairdressing because a 'maame wata' client took my colleagues to the sea Credit: YouTube, SV TV Africa
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In another interesting report, a gentleman from Ghana living in the United States has made a video to counter Twene Jonas who became famous for creating videos to suggest that the United States is just another version of heaven on earth.

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In the footage that is currently going viral, the young man whose name is not disclosed recorded the surroundings of a province in New York city called Bronx.

In the video, rubbish could be seen scattered on the floor with the streets looking really dirty, suggesting that they had not been cleaned or attended to in a long time.

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