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Why go to the IMF when fetish priests in Ghana are turning leaves into money-Prophet Kumchacha says

The Prophet Kumchacha, also known as Prophet Nicholas Osei, has expressed his concerns with the government's IMF loan bailout to support the maintenance, bolstering, and stabilization of the Ghanaian economy as well as his displeasure with certain of the country's fetish priests' intolerable actions.

The Prophet has expressed his dissatisfaction with these "fetish priests," who con people out of their money in the name of Juju's supernatural abilities.

He argued that not all of their hometown's residents benefit financially from these spiritual advisers, saying that only greed will cause some men to fall prey to these people (fetish priests).

He asked incredulously how Nana Akuffo, the president, Nana Akuffo Addo, would go to the IMF for a financial bailout when these fetish priests claim they can even turn leaves into money. The message that triggered his intention to slap one fetish priest through his television for making such claims.

"Recently, it was reported that a man was duped because he wanted to double GHC50,000 into a million cedis. It’s definitely greed that would make someone take such a step. If the one claiming such power (to double money) was legit, wouldn’t all the people in his hometown be wealthy?

The other day, I wished I could slap some fetish priest through my TV. He had gathered leaves, claiming he could turn them into money. If it is this same Ghana where some claim to turn leaves into money, why is our president going to the IMF for financial support? " He said.


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