Nana Kwaku Bonsam – The Sorcerer Who Thwarted Portugal’s World Cup Hopes in 2014
Nana Kwaku Bonsam is a Ghanaian fetishist who dashed the world cup hopes of the Portuguese in 2014. This African warlock said he had performed a spell to cause an injury to Cristiano Ronaldo that couldn’t be healed by any doctor. A few days away from the crucial match against Ghana, Portugal’s team manager revealed that the star-studded Ronald had been suffering from two muscle injuries that had not been improving.
This brought great doubts aboutChristiano Ronaldo fitness for the world cup matches
At the time of start of the group stage games, Ronaldo wasn’t yet sure about the possibility of playing any of games. Portugal had been pitted against the United States of America, Ghana, and Germany. One thing that added salt to his wounds was the fact that Nana Kwaku Bonsam, a renowned African witchdoctor was claiming responsibility for his injuries at that time. He claimed to have made a spell to reduce Madrid’s hitman’s fitness for the world cup.
But, was it true that Nana Kwaku Bonsam had actually done it?
Damn! This is actually what the fetishist himself admitted. In an interview with angel FM, a Kumasi-based radio station in Ghana; the traditional priest admitted that he had cast a spell on Christiano Ronaldo, causing him to suffer from the injury that was now bothering him. “I am working on him,” the witchdoctor of the Kofi Kofi sanctuary in Eastern Ghana had said. Christiano Ronaldo then suffered from tendonitis in his left knee and had several other muscular discomforts on his leg.
“No doctor can cure Christiano Ronaldo’s injury,” Nana Kwaku Bonsam had said
That was very true of the marksman. Indeed, no doctor was able to treat the ailment on his left knee. This was so because of the complicatedness of the injury. At one time, it would be a thigh problem. The next time it would be a knee pain. It kept on changing in status until the manager contacted Nana Kwaku Bonsam to remove the spell from Christiano Ronaldo. That was then how the player regained his fitness for the match ahead of him.