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Ajagurajah Has Done It Again

To the surprise of everyone there, the man of God Ajagurajah, who was summoned for an interview on Kingdom FM brought out metal buckets, a yellow sponge, and various bottles of concoctions. Fiifi Pratt, the host of the radio show, and several of the other people in the studio burst out laughing.

Ajagurajah teaches how to bath

"Ghanaians don't really comprehend well how to bathe." Some people go to school to study various topics, and bathing should be studied in the same way. People are even taught how to walk so that guys might approach them. We don't merely bathe with a sponge and soap. Even with sponges, we're expected to bathe in a specific colour.

"Even If I was most Ghanaians, I would never bathe in a shower." There's a reason our forebears bathed in metal buckets and had so much money. Anyone whose bathing bucket collapses from his or her grasp is a warning sign that you want significant protection. "It's a warning that you need to remain hidden," he explained.

just before a conversation with Fiifi Pratt Ajagurajah said that there is a strong likelihood that those who face extreme adversities in life were not properly washed after their birth.

He used Hezekiah 16:4 to back up his allegations. Ajagurajah demonstrated the proper bathing method, saying it is always good to hold the sponge in the dominant hand and the soap in the right. He also stated that it is never appropriate to dip a sponge in water, but rather to splash water on the sponge.

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