What on Earth would a person need another person's underwear's for? , It's a mystery. Like the famous saying, 99 days for the thief, one day for the owner, this best portrays what befallen a housemaid discovered taking underwear from her chief.
The Chief of Njau a suburb of Nsawkaw in the Tain District - Bono Region Nana Anokone Sarpong Kumankoma, has bitterly expressed his worry over an alarming spate of teenage Pregnancy menace in the town. Nana Anokone who is also the 'Kyidom hene' of Nsawkaw Traditional Council has blamed the phenomenon on parents and the broken discipline among the youths.
Popular deceased kumawood actor, Osei Tutu's mother reveals that her son told her a deep secret concerning his untimely death. She disclosed this in an interview that she had with the media. In the process in which the late actor Osei Tutu was on his sick bed, nine pins were critically removed from his throat, and any moment that he coughed, blood followed.
Strange things are indeed happening in this world. Many people are finding easy ways to become wealthy. Others also do things in secret to gained protection and powers. A University professor has left many people in a state of shock after caught doing the unbelievable at night.
The Bible warned Christians to be very careful about the those who have branded themselves as true man of God; of which in actual fact, they are false prophet. We must be much careful about the Wolves in Sheep Cloth. Bishop Bonegas has finally breaks his silence about series of allegations levelled against him over the period of years ( from 2016 till date).
File Image He was working as a mason but the expected money and contracts were not coming. Even though he was a member of the Lighthouse Church, he decided to seek help from the lesser gods to help him secure more jobs offers. He had prayed for many years but he was not seeing any results.
'I bought Juju 2 Cedis in Togo to play football' - Former Asante Kotoko legend and Black star player
Follow me The Ghana national team has experience good football from a lot of domestic players like Baba Yara and others. Today one has spoken and causes stir. Former Asante Kotoko legend and Black star player has revealed a secrete that has been kept for a longer time.
A 43 years old man called Maxwell popularly known as Kofi Loto who is a resident of Awomaso New Site described how his co-tenant used juju on him after he had a fight with him. According to the man, he went into hardship and was not able to rent a room to stay.
Not every infidelity and betrayal is orchestrated by unfaithful or disloyal partners according to a new revelation made by a social media user. The level of broken romantic relationships has been soaring in the 21st Century and it appears that not all of them collapsed through the commonest reasons we are familiar with these days.
The world as it stands now has gotten to a point where most of the youth now think of means to make money so quickly without considering the risks involved. Due to this attitude of most of today's young ladies, some young men have ended up joining cults and other dangerous groups in the bid to be able to provide for the material needs of their girlfriends forgetting that such groups will later hunt them.
Many people believes in “Juju” as others believes in God. There are some things people see and immediately tag it as spiritual activities. If you can recall, there is a video going viral on social media that is causing confusion. A man was seen standing on metal container which was on fire.
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.
Ghana's multiple award winning Gospel artist, Popularly know as Joe Mettle, has been trending for some days now on social media. And so many people have Commented on the video to show how loving and wonderful God is and how He works. Joe Mettle as he usually ministers to impact lives, was on the same journey as he felt to share one of his personal secret to the congregation.
A woman shared her sad story on Oyerepa Fm about what his husbands told her after they got married. She said she got married to her 50 years old husband named Kwabena Gyima just last year on the 28th August 2021 but after the marriage, she did not get things smoothly as she thought.
Joyce Boakye’s ex-boyfriend, Richmond, conducted a thorough expose into their previous relationship a few days ago. In an audio clip, he said that Joyce Boakye was penniless when they first met and that she borrowed salt and fish to season her food. He continued by claiming that the actress pleaded for his affection.
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Returnee busted after Juju man uncovered him for endeavoring to kill his girl for cash. In a proclamation gave on June 3, 2022, the police said that the suspect, Evans Oppong, purportedly required his 11-year-old girl to a botanist at Oyibi Kom, a suburb of Accra, to destroy her for a custom and, surprisingly, told the cultivator he can add another youngster on the off chance that the one won't be sufficient.
A fan has responded to a tweet made by Ghanaian actress, Fella Makafui. According to Fella Makafui on twitter, if one is not accused of using juju then God has not bless one yet. Fella Makafui tweeted; "If your friends no talk say you do Juju ,God never bless you yet !!"
A video which has gone viral today has to do with a man identified as Evans Oppong who was picked by the Police at Oyibi in the Greater Accra Region for attempting to sacrifice his young daughter for money rituals. Information gathered revealed that, Evans Oppong had sought the of a herbalist Nana Adu-Boafo for sacrificial work at Oyibi.
Juju is thought to have come from the French term joujou, which means "plaything," but some sources assert that it actually comes from the Hausa language, where it denotes a "fetish" or "bad spirit." Juju has become a thing in the music industry.