There’s Nothing Like Blood Money, It’s a Lie: Traditionalist Reveals What He Uses for Sacrifice

There’s Nothing Like Blood Money, It’s a Lie: Traditionalist Reveals What He Uses for Sacrifice

  • Kwaku Bonsam has rubbished all claims by traditional priests that they can double or multiply money
  • The popular Ghanaian traditional priest also indicated that he has never required human blood for any sacrifice, and all ritualists who ask for them are fake
  • Bonsam also added that he would have been a rich man giving money to Ghana if ritual money was real

Popular Ghanaian traditional priest, Kwaku Bonsam, has indicated that there is nothing like ritual money or money-doubling that ritualists are able to perform.

I challenge them

In a video interview with Citi 97.3 FM, the famous traditional icon dared anyone who thinks he is wrong to come out and challenge him with any evidence that they may have.

Bonsam further stated that if it were possible to produce so much money, every ritualist would have been a millionaire and not be in the positions they are usually found in.

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Kwaku Bonsam in Video
If there was anything like ritual money, I would give loan to Ghana - Kwaku Bonsam Photo Credit: Citi TV
Source: UGC

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Speaking on what they are actually able to do, Kwaku said that it is possible to perform sacrifices with animals so that individuals are able to have breakthroughs in their life and livelihood.

"Human blood is also not required. There is nothing we do with that and I have never requested it. Ritual killings do not work. The ritualists who say they need human parts are scammers who just want to dupe people," Kwaku Bonsam also said.

What people said

After watching Kwaku Bonsam explain himself, below were some of the comments Ghanaians had to share:

Samuel Mcpherson Tetteh indicated

"So here it is religion should not play major role. Simple put just fear God. church mosque tradition are all borla."

Andrews A. Enti mentioned:

"They use their of magnization ,please someone should explain that to me."

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Tanimu Azuayi Runtown stated:

"Am coming here He can speak English than Abronye and chairman wontemi."

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There is nothing like money ritual

Meanwhile, earlier reported that a Nigerian Ifa adherent, Oluwo Jogbo Orunmila, a 30-year-old man, spoke about his religion and what it covers.

In an interview with Legit TV, the man said that out of curiosity, he has been to churches to know the bible, revealing he understands everything in the holy book.

The man said Ifa practice is a lifelong thing, noting that a module of it could have up to 16,000 verses.


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