Why Are There More “Prophets” in Africa Than Anywhere Else in The world?

Why Are There More “Prophets” in Africa Than Anywhere Else in The world?

Have you been wondering why the African continent is brimming with more “prophets” than any other part of the world? Well, today, there are many religious leaders and men of God on the African continent who brag of their ability to perform any kind of miracle.

Many of them are in Nigeria, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Uganda and other countries in Africa. Where do they get their powers from and if genuine, are the real followers of Jesus Christ?

No! many of them receive powers from Nana Kwaku Bonsam

Recently, Nana Kwaku Bonsam, a prominent witchdoctor and traditional healer from Ghana revealed how thousands of these men of God had approached him for spiritual powers. He disclosed that he had given more than 1,700 pastors fetishes and charms that can aid them in the performance of miracles in their churches. Nana Kwaku Bonsam went ahead to expose some of them as being TB Joshua of Nigeria, Prophet Bushiri of South Africa and prophet Kakande in Uganda.

Who is this famed Nana Kwaku Bonsam From Ghana?

He is both dreaded and liked by thousands of people across the world. He was born in a religious family way back in 1973, but fate had it that he would one day serve the Kofi Kofi shrine as a traditional priest. Nana Kwaku Bonsam is famous because of his daring calls to religious to come and challenge him so they can determine who has more of those supernatural powers. His shrine is located at Sa-Peiman in the North-Eastern Nsawan outskirts of Ghana.

Nana Kwaku Bonsam serves a god called Kofi-Kofi

It is this Kofi-Kofi God that provides him with all the powers that pastors have often accessed from him. According to reports from Ghana, top-of-the-range cars are often seen outside his shrine. His clients include businessmen, religious leaders, politicians and opinion leaders seeking progress in all their various fields. Nana Kwaku Bonsam charges up to five thousand dollars for both consultations and the rituals that are done in his shrine. He makes sacrifices of cats, fowls, goats, and pigeons and then sprinkles the blood on his god.

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