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Lady from Northern Region narrates how her village’s god married her spiritually after visiting it’s tree to play with her friends

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A young Ghanaian woman, identified as Ama Fati, has shared a poignant account of her unexpected marriage to her village’s deity.

During an interview on Akoma FM’s “Akoma Mu Nsem,” Ama Fati recounted the unfortunate incident that altered the course of her life. At the tender age of seven, she innocently ventured to a tree with her friends to play, unaware of the profound consequences that awaited her.

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According to her recollection, they brought along onion, rice, and other food items to enjoy their playtime. Little did they know that the deity associated with the tree they visited harbored a distaste for onions.

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Following that fateful day, Ama Fati began experiencing unsettling dreams and an eerie sensation of being watched whenever she was alone.

As she matured, Ama Fati found herself haunted by the spirit, which seemed to deter any potential suitors and thwart her employment prospects.

Ama Fati’s compelling narrative sheds light on the complex intersections of tradition, spirituality, and personal identity in Ghanaian society. Her story serves as a testament to the enduring influence of cultural beliefs and the profound impact they can have on individual lives.

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For further insights into Ama Fati’s journey, viewers can tune in to Onua TV for the full account of her experiences.

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