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Drama unfolded on Sunday at Prayer of Breakthrough Ministries International, a Charismatic Church at Bu in the Sekondi/Takoradi Metropolis when out of the blue, a fetish Priestess surfaced in the course of the church service.

The Fetish Priestess, believed to be in her 40s was dressed in a smock known in Ghanaian parlance as ‘Fugu’ with some charms and amulets around her neck and legs.

Lady Pastor Cecilia Nickson who is the Spokesperson for the church explained that the General Overseer of the Church, Bishop Prince Kweku Asare had finished delivering the sermon and the service had almost come to a close when suddenly the woman entered with a frowned face.

All activities consequently came to a halt, when asked her mission, she retorted, ‘I have come to confront the church why they had not allowed me to carry out my spiritual mission in the vicinity’.

The Fetish Priestess who did not mention her name and where she was coming from said she had been contracted spiritually to kill someone around the area where the church is located but anytime she got to where the church is located, she could not continue her trip because of the power around that area.

And that she had come there to question them why they were obstructing her from carrying out her spiritual mission.

It virtually turned into heated verbal exchanges between the Bishop and the Fetish Priestess for almost an hour before the fetish Priestess retreated, claiming all the dwarfs that were accompanying her in the trip had deserted her.

She has however promised to return on Wednesday, April 19, 2016.
Source: Ultimate1069.com

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