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I can’t visit my child in school due to blood money and occult tag – Ajagurajah laments

Bishop Kwabena Asiamah, better known as Ajagurajah, laments the discrimination he faces from society in his choice of worship.

Spiritual leaders say he has been branded with unspeakable descriptions, including being an occultist, and this has had a huge impact on his relationships with people.

In an interview on Kingdom FM with Fiifi Pratt, Bishop of Ajagurajah said that people have misconceptions about him that make them afraid to approach him or accept his money when he goes out to buy something.

The leader and founder of the Universal Spiritual Outreach Church, known as the Ajagurajah Movement, recounts several instances when people had to be indifferent to him in public.

“Some say the cow I sacrificed was a human. I've heard people say I married a sea spirit... I'm tired of explaining myself.

“When I visited the bank, no one sat next to me. Even when I go shopping for Waakye in my clothes, people run away from me. They say I am a magician, even dealers don't take money from me. Even if they do, it's separate from their daily sales because they claim I'm an occultist. I'm dealing with blood money.

“You know what people say about me? They claim that I sacrifice people and also drink blood,” he revealed in an interview.

According to Ajagurajah, he is not trying to change the negative perception of Ghanaians about him, but will continue to live the truth.

She said the situation made it very difficult for her to visit her child at school because of the negative label.

"I can't visit my son at school. I can't even get close to people. I try to hide my private life... all this speculation comes from priests who want my downfall.'

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