Nana Kwaku Bonsam, The Spiritualist Who Admitted Casting A Spell On CR7
Although Nana Kwaku Bonsam’s name seems not to carry a lot of weight in the world of soccer, he is the only spiritualist who appeared at the center of the football scene following the announcement he had made in 2014 – that he had caused the injury of Cristiano Ronaldo using a black magic spell. The influential fetishist said he had “worked on CR7” in order to prevent him from playing in the 2014 World Cup, especially against Ghana.
With a black magic spell, he compromised Ronaldo’s World Cup Presence
Nana Kwaku Bonsam told a local FM Radio station called Angel FM in Kumasi that he had been spiritually working on the star in order to prevent him from clashing with Ghana at the world cup group stages. He said that he had manufactured a special spirit called Kahwiri Kapam by sacrificing four dogs. Together with the picture of the star and many other black magic spell concoctions, Christiano Ronaldo was incapacitated and did a lot of sitting during the tournament.
So, who is this influential witchdoctor called Nana Kwaku Bonsam?
Nana Kwaku Bonsam is one of Ghana’s most influential sorcerers. His name is translated to mean the “Devil of Wednesday”. He was born in 1973 and grew up in a seventh day Adventist family. However, after having a nasty accident in 1992, it was as though he was initiated into spiritualism. Today, he is one of the most famous spiritualists and fetishists in the African continent. His black magic spell is the best and the most effective.
What really makes Nana Kwaku Bonsam a celebrity?
Recently, he came into limelight when he had an exchange with one of the most famous and powerful pastors in Nigeria – Prophet TB Joshua. He also confessed to have been helping over 1,700 pastors and religious leaders across the world with spiritual power. According to him, religious leaders were becoming hypocrites. After obtaining help from him, they would instead turn against him. Actually, he said that most pastors were using black magic spells he gives them in their churches.