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Fetish Priestess Exposes Kyiri Abosom: Claims He Gave, Then Took Back 5000 Cedis.

Juliet Korkor 4 weeks ago 0

A traditional priestess from Ghana has leveled accusations of fraud and theft against Ghanaian pastor and politician, Osofo Kyiri Abosom.

In an interview, the priestess alleged that Kyiri Abosom had given her money as a gift in the past, only to take it back later.

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She claimed that the pastor had approached her intending to destroy her idols. After completing the ritual, Kyiri Abosom reportedly invited her to his home and gave her a 5000 Ghana cedis check.

However, the priestess expressed skepticism about the validity of the check and requested cash instead.

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Kyiri Abosom complied and handed her the money, but she later discovered that it was missing from her bag.

Despite multiple attempts to contact Kyiri Abosom, including visiting his church, the priestess was unable to recover the missing funds.

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She believes that if she had not been vigilant, she could have ingested a harmful insect that was mysteriously placed in her bag.

The priestess’s allegations have raised questions about Kyiri Abosom’s integrity and honesty.

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