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29-Dec-2011  
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A spiritualist at Sefwi Anwianso in the Western Region, Mallam Katanka has threatened to kill eight current sitting Members of Parliament (MPs) for failing to honour their promises to him.

According to Mallam Katanka, the said legislators sought his assistance during the 2008 parliamentary elections to win power to represent constituents in their respective constituencies.

He noted that in line with the conditions to spiritually assist the said legislators, it was agreed that after winning their bids, the MPs would show appreciation by presenting an assortment of gifts including money.

The sensational fetish priest said though the said MPs were successful in their contests, they had failed to honour their promises three years after they assumed office.

Speaking to Ash Fm, a Kumasi-based radio station, on Wednesday, Mallam Katanka gave a two-week ultimatum to the said honourable members to honour their part of the agreement or he would strike them dead.

When asked to disclose the identities of the said MPs, the traditional worshipper refused, stressing that he would do so if the MPs declined to comply with the two-week ultimatum.

He however stated that the said MPs were from the New Patriotic Party (NPP) and the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC) and that the NDC MPs were more than that of the NPP.

Dilating further, Mallam Katanka revealed that most of the said MPs who sought his spiritual intervention were from the Western Region, whereas the others hailed from Brong Ahafo.

The dreaded fetish priest also declined to disclose the kind of gift and amount of money the said MPs agreed to give him.

He said he would make full disclosure of what the MPs were supposed to give him after striking them dead for being disobedient.

Mallam Katanka pointed out that his coming to the media with the issue was not geared towards getting cheap popularity but to give a clear signal to the MPs involved so that they could be reminded of their responsibilities to him.

Again he stated that he did not want a situation whereby the public would accuse him of being wicked when the said MPs die, hence his decision to bring the matter into the public domain.

He said, as a traditional worshipper, he was not like God who forgives people that violate promises made to Him.

 
 
 
Source: Morgan Owusu, Kumasi/D-Guide
 
 

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