Entertainment of Monday, 20 February 2017
Source: Kessben FM Entertainment
“Dear friends, do not believe every spirit but test the spirits to see whether they are from God because many false prophets have gone out into the world” 1 John 4:1. In these perilous times, we have multifarious preachers of the word than doers of the word.
For decades, It has been speculated persistently that countless Prophets and Gospel musicians involve themselves in all forms of sorcery, wizardry, and necromancy with the motive of increasing the population of their religious followers, earning fame and popularity respectively.
Pious religious leaders and gospel musicians in the nation have said on countless number of times that such ungodly acts still persist in the country and are crusading against those pagan acts in optimism.
Renowned Ghanaian witch doctor and traditional priest originally named Stephen Osei Mensah and popularly known as Nana Kwaku Bonsam has also affirmed that Gospel musicians locally and internationally, in these recent times, still approach him for assistance. He made these revelations on KESSBEN 93.3 FM’s “ENTERTAINMENT CIRKLE” hosted by RTP nominee NANA YAW POKU “DJ ROAR” last Friday on the 17th February 2017.
The host of the Entertainment show “DJ ROAR” challenged him to attest to his claims, and Nana Kwaku Bonsam Live on Air entered into a conversation with a Gospel musician who had traveled all the way from South Africa for help from him just to solidify what he was saying.
“I can mention the names of all false Gospel musicians in the Country if I’m being permitted. But I can state categorically without any fear that these musicians still come to me for help” he stated.
Nana Kwaku Bonsam (born 20 August 1973), whose name, ‘Bonsam’ translates literally as “Devil”, is a well-known Ghanaian witch doctor and fetish priest.
Nana Bonsam gained international notoriety when he claimed to put a voodoo curse on the Portuguese footballer Cristiano Ronaldo.