“I Fortify Over 1,700 Prophets, Including TB Joshua” – Kwaku Bonsam


A Ghanaian Juju priest, Nana Kwaku Bonsam has made a shocking revelation, saying he provides powers for more than 1,700 prophets in Africa.

Two years ago, the Ghanaian witch doctor, was at war with Nigeria and Africa’s most popular seer, Prophet T.B Joshua, where he vowed to expose the Nigerian man of God and run him out of his country.

The very powerful juju priest who is also called Devil of Wednesday, had also claimed that Prophet Joshua killed the late former Ghana President, Professor John Evans Atta Mills, who was one of Joshua’s best friends and adherent.

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This time around, Bonsam says he is actually behind the powers of more than 1,700 preachers in Africa. His number one enemy, being TB Joshua, claiming the man of God come to him for fortification to perform miracles and healing.

Devil of Wednesday further went on to say:

Over 1, 700 pastors and so called men of God from different parts of Africa have approached me, seeking powers to perform miracles, including Prophet T.B Joshua from Nigeria. He is my boy. I challenge him to come out and deny this.”

Apart from the pastors, many prominent business people and celebrated church founders in Africa frequent my shrine for my services and if they deny, I am going to name them.”

About Kwaku Bonsam

Nana Kwaku Bonsam, whose name, ‘Bonsam’ translates literally as “Devil”, is a well known Ghanaian witch doctor and fetish priest. Nana Bonsam gained international notoriety when he claimed to put a voodoo curse on the Portuguese footballer Cristiano Ronaldo.

Before taking his present name, he was originally called Stephen Osei Mensah. Then, he was a member of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the village of Afrancho. In 1992, when he was aged 19, he suffered extreme burns in a gas explosion, after which his life underwent a transformation.

Bonsam, who operates from a shrine at Sa-Peiman, a village on the outskirts of Nsawam in east Ghana, said his god is called Kofi-Kofi and provides him with supernatural powers that are desperately needed by pastors from all walks of life.

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