Ghanaian spiritualist and witch doctor(juju man) Nana Adu Boafo has claimed he receives frequent visitations to his shrine by Ghanaian artistes with the majority being gospel singers.
Interacting with George Quaye on Joy FM’s Showbiz A-Z, he said gospel musicians top the list of visitors to his shrine who come seeking for power to stay relevant.
“They [Gospel artists] are the ones who open up more as compared to the other genres; female Gospel artists or men Gospel artist will open up to you genuinely to tell you everything,”
“Some approach me because they want to take revenge, some approach because they want you to destroy someone who appears as a threat to them and some can go as far as seducing you with a woman or something that will disgrace you,” he was quoted by myjoyonline.
Nana Adu Boafo said the regular visit to shrines is on the high since everybody wants to outsmart and surpass their competitors. He explained that all kinds of people approach him to seek spiritual boost and power.
There is a popular notion among Ghanaians that for you to rise to the top, your craft must have some spiritual push thus many believe all these celebrities, musicians, actors, and politicians do rely on spiritualists, occultic manipulations, and witchcraft to be ahead in their game.