“Kwabena Isaac called my grandson to his house. He returned home with a white handkerchief, cola nut, sheabutter and ‘koose’. He said his Uncle Isaac gave it to him and directed him not to open it to anyone”. Maame Adwoa a native of Sefwei–Mrewa in the Western North Region has accused her son of foul play.
Maame Adwoa Nkrumah is accusing her son, Kwabena Isaac of using his own nephew for money rituals.
Narrating her sad story on Oyerepa Afutuo, Tuesday May 31 2022, Maame Adwoa Nkrumah detailed that her grandson, Kwame Atta returned home one dsy with a white handkerchief with cola nut, shell butter and ‘koose’ wrapped up.
She then asked him (Atta) to return the gift to his uncle (Kwabena Isaac). Few weeks later her grandson was involved in motor bike accident. He began to show signs of craziness and eventually lost the brain.
“When my grandson came I told him to returned those things to Kwabena Isaac, after some weeks, he (Kwame Atta) went mad”. She said.
Kwabena Isaac who was called to the show confessed that indeed he gave the handkerchief and other items to his nephew (Kwame Atta). But denied that, being behind his (Atta) madness.
“Yes…I gave Atta a handkerchief, cola nut, shell butter and others. I went to church and the pastor gave me direction to give those things to a twin child. But that is not the cause of his madness." Kwabena Isaac told host of the show.
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