In recent years, the African continent has witnessed a number of people calling themselves men and women of God and honestly its almost impossible to know who is right or wrong , who to believe and follow and worse of all performing miracles that the world has never seen apart from the ones we read in the Bible. However this leaves many unanswered questions in the hearts of followers on who to believe or not because there has been several claims that some of these pastors are fake and their miracles are highly questionable and alleged to be doctored from traditional powers but we leave you with this to make your own judgement.
A famous traditional healer from Ghana identified as Nana Kwaku Bonsam has vowed to take away the prophetic powers that he has given to famous fire pastors across the African continent because they are not paying him the monthly subscription as agreed.
From his phenotype, one can tell that Bonsam possess the great powers of influence and healing. The boisterous and notorious overseer Bonsam continues to remind the famous pastors that they must pay their subscription as he is losing patience with them.
He is currently suffocating the powers that he gave to the famous pastors. If the famous continues to ignore the call to pay their subscription, they will lose the all the powers of healing and making their churches successful.
Speaking to one of the media houses in Ghana, Bonsam said: “It hurts that these famous are now undermining me by not paying their subscriptions. They forgot that they got those powers from me. I am going to travel across these churches and take away the muti that I have given them. Once I take my muti, they will never prophesize anyone. I am ready to expose these pastors who are undermining me.”
Nana Kwaku Bonsam, whose name, ‘Bonsam’ translates literally as “Devil”, is a well known Ghanaian witch doctor and fetish priest. Bonsam gained international notoriety when he claimed to put a voodoo curse on the Portuguese footballer Cristiano Ronaldo.
Back in Ghana, he has 14 children (9 of them adopted) and a religious empire: a network of shrines, a free elementary school, houses, cars and a cattle farm. He regularly appears on television talk shows and could rally crowds of thousands.
Renowned as a healer, Mr. Kwaku Bonsam claims to treat everything from curses to impotence. But he is best known for his ambitious efforts to modernize the indigenous West African religion dominant before Christian missionaries began arriving in great numbers in the mid-19th century.
In Africa, traditional religion has always been considered extremely local, while Christianity was seen as a way of joining the larger world,” said Birgit Meyer, a professor of religious studies at Utrecht University in the Netherlands who conducted research in Ghana for 25 years and has written about Mr. Kwaku Bonsam but by using Facebook and YouTube and finally residing in New York City, Mr. Kwaku Bonsam shows that traditional religion can also go global and he is making it fashionable, in other words.