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Feature: How Kwaku Bonsam deceived Ghanaians with his World Cup spiritual powers

“T.B. Joshua is not a man of God. When you are a spiritual man you can see that T.B. Joshua is not a man of God. If someone prophecies and it doesn't come to pass you know he’s not a man of God. T.B. Joshua has good editors and they edit stuff and put on youtube and his TV station. I, Nana Kwaku Bonsam, has gone through the spiritual and I have seen that T.B. Joshua is not a man of God, he uses tricks….because of all these things, I want to go to the Pope and ask him why he is not taking action,” he told citifmonline.com in an interview.

Kwaku Bonsam claimed he will prevent Ronaldo from playing against Ghana but the Portuguese played

Kwaku Bonsam who claimed he was responsible for the axing of Ghanaian goalkeeper Richard Kingson from the Blackstars for attributing the 6-1 thrashing of Egypt in the 2014 FIFA Worldcup qualifier play-off at the Baba Yara Stadium to the God of TB Joshua.

If he was responsible for axing of Richard Kingson, what happened in Brazil as far of the performance of the Blackstars team is concerned and related troubles in the team’s camp?

A Technical member of the Blackstars team made a statement after Coach Kwasi Appiah announced Ghana’s 26 man provisional squad for the 2014 FIFA Worldcup that Richard Olele Kingson was axed from the 26 man provisional squad for the 2014 FIFA Worldcup because he gave praise to the God of Prophet TB Joshua after Ghana beat Egypt 6-1 and it seems like the Technical team of the Blackstars do not know their work and including Richard Kingson in the squad would be disaster and Kingson will gave the praise to the God of Prophet TB Joshua if the team wins a game at the World Cup.

It‘s very obvious the Black Stars put up an abysmal performance at the worldcup which currently it’s a primary issue in the country. Kwaku Bonsam who claimed to be the spiritual Head of the team saw the Black Stars failed to record a single win at the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil and it’s the first time in the history of the Black Stars failing to record a single win at a FIFA World Cup competition hence failing to make it pass the group stage of the World Cup.

Ghana’s first two World Cup campaigns were successful as the team made it to the knock stage of the worldcup and were the only African team to have progress to the knock-out phase of the competition.

He couldn’t rescued the Blackstars from humiliating exit from the worldcup as he gave Ghanaians false hope of stopping Cristiano Ronaldo from playing at the worldcup hence helping his side beat Ghana.

Prior to the 2014 FIFA worldcup Kwaku Bonsam claimed he was responsible for the injuries woes of Ronaldo and the 2013 Ballon d’Or winner would not take part in the world Cup. What happened Cristiano Ronaldo eventually humbled Kwaku Bonsam by scoring the match winner for Portugal against Ghana and the goal was the only goal he scored the 2014 FIFA World Cup. The Real Madrid forward scored the goal with his unfavourable left and did not celebrate the match winning goal.

A Portuguese witch doctor Mel Sigurson claimed responsibility of the injury Ghanaian defender Jerry Akaminko in a worldcup friendly match against the Netherland which ruled him out of the 2014 FIFA worldcup. Where was Kwaku Bonsam the Spiritual Head of the Blackstars as his team was attacked spiritually?

In April 2014.Kwaku Bonsam, has revealed that he would be meeting Pope Francis over Nigerian Prophet T.B. Joshua.

Kwaku Bonsam’s move, according to him, is to get the Pope to take action against Prophet T.B. Joshua, whom he believes is defaming God.

“T.B. Joshua is not a man of God. When you are a spiritual man you can see that T.B. Joshua is not a man of God. If someone prophecies and it doesn’t come to pass you know he’s not a man of God. T.B. Joshua has good editors and they edit stuff and put on youtube and his TV station.

“I, Nana Kwaku Bonsam, has gone through the spiritual and I have seen that T.B. Joshua is not a man of God, he uses tricks….because of all these things, I want to go to the Pope and ask him why he is not taking action,” he told citifmonline.com in an interview.

READERS COMMENTS

  1. 21guns says:

    Only fools will believe this scum

  2. See as person do face like raining season…. I wonder why such a person as Kweku BONSAM be made to see the light of the day.. Kidnap and squeeze life outta him ghanaians…. nonsense

  3. Fiscko says:

    All those things are illiteracy bullshit. We need to educate ourselves and stop believing those thieves. White people dont do things like this, Black people are far behind because of our stupid believes. If i have power, i will kill all the pastors and witch stupid doctors on the African continent.

  4. Until we as a nation take steps to rid our soccer of all these vestiges, legacies and residue of fetishism, occultism, false prophets and juju being practiced on other teams and even on our own players, it will be difficult for our National team to prosper. Especially these guys who dress as fetish priest or sorcerers and chant at the stadium (or pretend to) on our behalf. Can anybody tell us what really is the aim of all these? A joke? What kind of joke? Where I come from, we call it “SUA TER3″ or going beyond what is regarded as normal. Achebe calls it “the outsider who wept more than the bereaved” It has brought a lot of shame to Ghanaians abroad especially Christians. This is all that people here are talking about. No matter how you try to explain it to them, it doesn’t hold. These are people who have for decades perpetuated the stereotype of the African’s heart as the “heart of darkness”. Our players always enter the soccer field singing Christian songs and gather together to say a prayer before games while we at the same time have a guy dressed as a fetish priest sitting in the stands chanting on our behalf. Who are we mocking? God is not mocked. Since these guys pretending to be fetish priests started going to the stadia some carrying pots etc, what has the Black Stars won on the field? Nothing. I know these guys have a right to dress and behave anyhow and anyway they want, but it is not speaking well of us as a nation. The Word of God says “But I will honor those who honor me, and I will despise those who think lightly of me”. Thanks for the space.

  5. 1st ghanaian to own a fon says:

    @edward, you’ve said it all