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Central Region: A bird allegedly turns into a human being after intense prayers.

A Mystery yet to be unraveled hits Gomoa Mampong in the Central Region after a crow allegedly turns into a human being after falling from a roofing sheet due to intense prayers, per reports in the early hours of today.

Following a report by Seth Mantey, the Central Region correspondent of Despite Media, crowds from the Gomoa Mampong vicinity thronged the home of one gentleman named Paa Kwesi. Per reports from close relatives, Paa Kwesi has been suffering from a chronic illness for two months, which has sent him in and out of the Winneba Hospital, yet no health intervention has given him the expected recovery.

From observations, they found out the sickness in question seems nonexistent during the day, but as time progresses late into the day, he feels unbearable pain as he moans of “Heated” pain in the head.

Following the incessant complications, they sought spiritual inquiry from a prophetess, who instructed them to pray concerning the ailment at dawn.

This dawn, they converged at home to pray, and in the course of prayer,two crows landed on the roofing sheet. In continuation of the prayer, one flew, with the other falling down and mysteriously transforming into a young girl, as reported.

The young girl was questioned and revealed that she resides in New Winneba and was sent on a spiritual mission to plague the victim with illness, which will eventually lead to his death after he was sold to her for a fee of GH50 in a spiritual transaction.

The Chief, Nana Antwi, ordered the mob not to abuse her as he called the police to handle the situation at hand. She is currently in the custody of the Gomoa Police as they await the prophetess to pray for the young girl, who currently cannot speak.

Richmond Ampofo Fordjour
Richmond Ampofo Fordjour
Richmond Ampofo Fordjour is a Student Journalist at the University of Media, Arts, and Communication, Uni-MAC GIJ. He is a Research enthusiast and an avid reader.
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