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Bishop Ajagurajah’s Fury: Woman Cursed to Death for Claiming Holy Fufu Sold at GHS 5,000.

Juliet Korkor 4 days ago 0

Ghanaian spiritual figure, Bishop Ajagurajah, has vented his frustration on social media, placing a curse on a woman identified as Ewura Esi.

Ewura Esi had accused him of selling a special Fufu for GHS 5,000 to assist her friend in getting married, a claim she later deleted.

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Despite the hefty payment, her friend’s marriage plans haven’t materialized.

In response, Bishop Ajagurajah vehemently denied the allegations in an online video and cursed Ewura Esi and her family, wishing misfortune upon them.

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The video has ignited controversy and backlash online, sparking a debate over the spiritual leader’s actions. This incident has drawn attention to the practices of spiritual leaders in Ghana, prompting questions about their credibility.

The reaction to Bishop Ajagurajah’s behavior has been mixed, with some defending him while others condemn his actions.

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The unfolding of this controversy and its impact on Bishop Ajagurajah’s reputation remains to be seen.

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