Source: Adom Tv
Barely a week ago Ghana was hit by a tragedy that happened in the Central region of Ghana, Apam to be more specific. Thirteen children who went to swim the sea during the hot afternoon were drowned. In an interview with on the survivor's, he made a shocking revelation that they saw a very beautiful lady who called them to come swim with her.
Some bodies were retrieved, but others were nowhere to be found.
In Africa, it is mostly or largely believed that there is a supernatural power or force behind such incidents. Upon this belief, the chief and people of Apam traditional area has offered sacrifice and libation to the sea gods believing that after the ritual, all dead bodies would be washed ashore.
The sacrifice included 33 tubers of yam, a cow, 12 fowls and a sheep. Perhaps the gods accepted the sacrifice by revealing all the dead bodies which were nowhere to be found previously.
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