While the government of Ghana is confused and the Judiciary and the Ghana Police Service are playing the blame game over how cocaine exhibits in the custody of the state turned into baking soda, dreaded fetish Priest, Nana Kwaku Bonsam says he can unravel the mystery and let the culprit confess.
“Your western education is what is leading to your downfall. Ask your grandparents and great grandparents what they did in their days when things of this nature occurred.
If only the state would give me an opportunity, I would help get to the bottom of this matter within hours.
“Any serious spiritualist can easily do this and there are several ways of going about it.
Just give me the names of the various persons that have been accused and I would move with them to the shrine after a few rituals. No one would tell the one who changed the cocaine to speak the truth.
We are Ghanaians and Africans and cannot forget our ancient traditions,” Kwaku Bonsam told NEWS-ONE in Twi.
When he was asked how he would unravel the mystery that the government of Ghana and state institutions are yet to unravel, Kwame Bonsam said it would be impossible to explain spiritual mysteries to a journalist.
“This is something simple but difficult to explain in words. Just go to Nogokpo in the Volta Region, or Larteh or any serious deity and they would tell you things about your past, your present and your future.
I am telling you today that I, Nana Kwaku Bonsam, if given the opportunity, can unravel the mystery and the culprit would start to confess in public.
“If those of you who have gone to school do not want to get involved, no problem; the rest of us would solve it our own way because we cannot sit and watch for a few persons to destroy the image of our country.
“If it were in the days of the Old Testament, Prophet Elijah would have been consulted in this matter; but things have changed and if the seers can no longer see because of immorality, we the spiritualists have not forgotten our calling and training,” the Fetish Priest explained again in the Twi language.
He was speaking to NEWS-ONE just after returning from Amsterdam.
NEWS-ONE would on Wednesday produce the full interview that touched on his love life, why he now keeps dreadlocks and a luggage of idols that was handed to him by an octogenarian in Amsterdam.
A News-One Ghana