Nowadays when we hear the name Ajagurajah, we often expect to see a man clad in either red or black outfit with a fierce look.
Ben Asiamah which is the full name of the leader of the Ajagurajah Movement has managed to build a massive following through preaching controversial topics and introducing a new kind of spirituality.
Due to the way Ajagurajah dresses and Conducts his church activities, many often suspect him of being an occult and thus running an occult church.
However, Ajagurajah has decided to silence all his critics as he changes his entire outfit. Today, he was spotted in "Borgah Mode" where he dressed up solely casually, thus getting rid of his signature church/spiritual attire.
Many Ghanaians were surprised as they didn't believe Ajagurajah would one day take up this look. Many poured in compliments such as "you're dope and looking handsome".
One observant fan also asked if he now wears shoes on his church ground. This is because Ajagurajah has stated countless times that he always has to be barefoot when he is on the sacred ground and even sacks visitors who are not willing to take off their shoes.
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