Pharaohs’ Juju Dismantled …As Spiritualist Uncovers Plot To Defeat Black Stars
A SPIRITUAL plot, allegedly hatched by the Egyptian national team, The Pharaohs, to unsettle the Black Stars in tomorrow’s crucial World Cup Qualifier at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium, is said to have been uncovered.
A Kumasi-based fetish priest claims the Egyptian national team, with the support of some Ghanaian traditionalists, had allegedly entangled the Black Stars in a spiritual bondage by burying some charms in some places around the city.
Nana Kamadjaku, who hails from Doonaaso in the Ejisu Municipality, claims the deities revealed to him three days ago that the Egyptians had secured the services of some fetish priests in Ghana to plant charms around the Airport and Tech roundabouts in Kumasi, that were expected to ease the way for the visitors to defeat the Black Stars.
Tension has mounted over the past few days, following reports that the Egyptians had engaged the services of some fetish priests who were making frantic efforts to ensure that the Black Stars are defeated on Tuesday. Several rumours of clandestine spiritual acts by the visitors have also been making rounds.
According to the fetish priest, who led his team to dismantle and uproot the charms from the two roundabouts on Saturday; the plan was to weaken the Black Stars’ players spiritually and provide the Pharaohs the opportunity to score and seal their qualification in Kumasi before the second encounter.
He said the visitors were ably being supported by some local priests who had been paid huge amount of money to ensure that Ghana does not qualify for the World Cup, for the third consecutive time.
The fetish priest, who revealed he had sought permission from the Chief Priest of the Asantehene, said he took the bold decision to confront the challenge because he knows Ghanaians are very passionate about football and are expecting the senior national team to win on Tuesday.
http://thechronicle.com.gh/wp-content/uploads/2013/10/The-fetish-priest-performing-the-ceremony-to-remove-the-charm.jpg After performing the necessary rituals, including pouring of libation, Nana Kamadjaku began his search mission to uncover where the charm was hidden, circumambulating the roundabout amidst incantations to ascertain its whereabouts.
A Few minutes later, the fetish priest signaled he had spotted the place and demanded for a shovel and cutlass to dig out the charm, drawing anxious crowd to the place and eventually bringing traffic to a standstill.
Under the watch of the Deputy Youth and Sports Minister, Mr. Joseph Yamin, the fetish priest began digging the grounds and later spotted an item which had been wrapped in red cotton and immediately requested for a fowl which was brought to him.
He then slaughtered the fowl and poured the blood on the wrapper, before removing the strange item, much to the surprise of the thick crowd that had gathered at the roundabout.
Pix 1: The fetish priest performing the ceremony to remove the charm
Pix 2: The charm allegedly buried by the Egyptians
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