Kwaku Bonsam, a popular marabout in Ghana, allegedly stormed inside during church service to get his Juju (charm) from a pastor. In the video, we can see the marabout and his team disrupt the activities in the church while asking the pastor to return the Juju he gave him.
Kwaku Bonsam, the reportedly ‘powerful’ Marabout can be heard saying “I told you to wait,” but he is not sure if he was speaking directly to the pastor, totally disconcerted by the unexpected movement of the marabout.
In an interview, the marabout recently declared that he had pastoral clients across the African continent – about 1,700 of them – and that they solicited him for different charms to increase membership in their churches, according to various reports.
“More than 1,700 pastors and so-called men of God from different parts of Africa contacted me, seeking powers to perform miracles, including the prophet T. B Joshua of Nigeria. It’s my little one. I challenge him to go out and deny that.”
“In addition to pastors, many prominent businessmen and founders of famous churches in Africa frequent my sanctuary for my services and if they deny it, I will name them.”
Bonsam, who operates from a shrine in Sa-Peiman, a village on the outskirts of Nsawam in eastern Ghana, said that his god’s name is Kofi-Kofi and provides him with supernatural powers that pastors of all walks of life have desperately needed.