Popular Ghanaian spiritualist, Nana Kwaku Bonsam, has claimed that he was in a spiritual battle with late Nigerian preacher, T.B Joshua and now the latter is no more.
According to him, only one person was going to be victorious in such a battle with the other losing woefully.
Kwaku Bonsam went on to claim that TB Joshua attacked him in the spiritual realm and also said many prayers against him but he also hit back and came out victorious.
The well-known spiritualist alleged that late TB Joshua was partly to blame for the demise of late Ghana president, John Evans Fiifi Atta Mills.
He also recounted how he allegedly went to the Vatican to report late TB Joshua to the Pope over his claims of machinations and deceit.
“TB Joshua was attacking me spiritually. He said that he wants to finish me, he wants me to die” Kwaku Bonsam was heard saying in the video.
The death of TB Joshua was reported on Sunday, June 6, 2021, after the man of God completed a programme in his church.
News of the preacher’s passing sent shock waves down the spine of the body of Christ worldwide as tributes started pouring in.
The Synagogue Church of All Nations confirmed the passing of TB Joshua on their official Twitter page.
Bonsam claims he has given 1700 pastors powers to become prophets and he is very proud of it. The said pastors, according to the great sangoma, have come from different countries in Africa, including Zimbabwe and southern African countries.
Bonsam, who is popularly known as “sangoma” in Ghana, is arguably the most powerful man that has ever lived in Africa, and he seems to believe so himself. He even occasionally dares his critics to challenge him in battle for supernatural and spiritual powers. But none is yet to take on the daring priest.
Bonsam’s shrine is situated somewhere in Sa-Peiman village in the outskirts of Nsawam, eastern Ghana. He says his god is called Kofi Kofi, from whom he receives his in-demand supernatural powers.
A local Ghanaian paper recently revealed that Bonsam receives hundreds of visitors to his shrine on daily basis.
Strangely, most of his patients and guests are high flying members of the society, including prominent politicians seeking for elective offices and business leaders looking for divine intervention to grow their profit margins. The kind of cars parked outside his shrine confirms that the fetish priest is himself not poor.
It is reported that he charges about US$5 000 as consultation fee, excluding ritual costs. Only rich people can afford it.
The rituals are characterized by things like slaughtering of cats and fowls, white doves, pigeons and goats. The blood is normally spilled on the priest’s god (Kofi-Kofi). Inside the shrine, you will see several other gods, bibles, razor sharp machetes, cartons of talcum powder, a rifle, padlocks, cash, calabashes, among other weird paraphernalia, most of which are dangling on the wall.
Sangoma Bonsam is known to brag a lot about his capabilities.
“I am very powerful. I use my powers to heal people and help those who are travelling abroad. I also have the power to protect you from thugs and dis-empower you from witches and wizards, among other problems,” he recently told a local TV.
Additionally, he says he can produce miracle money, and that anything he lays hands on can easily change into cash. He can also kill a fly and make it fly again, or even plant a mango seed and it germinates the same day.
Pastors from all walks of life continue to flock prophet Bonsam’s shrine in search for powers, most of them with the intention of using those powers to build their churches.
Meanwhile, we previously reported that a Bible Scholar had said that late TB Joshua had treated a ‘hidden’ medical condition for 2 years.
In the 25-minute video, Howard alleged that TB Joshua and Pastor Oyakhilome of Christ Embassy both had terminal medical conditions and had been taking drugs secretly.
The South Africa-based man called on all followers of both men to repent and turn from their ways as the world won’t get any better.
Howard slammed those judging him, stressing that he had the right as a ‘righteous’ man to point out the truth and identify false prophets.