I Spent ¢6,000 At 3 Shrines Just To Curse Chairman Wontum – Afia Schwarzenegger 

I Spent ¢6,000 At 3 Shrines Just To Curse Chairman Wontum – Afia Schwarzenegger 

I Spent ¢6,000 At 3 Shrines Just To Curse Chairman Wontum – Afia Schwarzenegger

Afia Schwarzenegger has disclosed that she has spent six thousand cedis (¢6,000) at three different shrines to curse Chairman Wontumi and when he dies, she will go back to observe thanksgiving services at those shrines.

According to the loudmouth media personality, aside from Nogokpo where she first went, she also went to Agbozume and Klikor to curse Chairman Wontumi.

She said she spent ¢6k on all the trips she made because she want to ensure that the bigwig politician will die.

Afia added that when she sees and hears about his death, she will revisits those shrines and offers a thanksgiving sacrifice to the gods for granting her heart’s desires.

Aside from chairman Wontumi, she said she also cursed two different people.

Ghanaians doubted if she initially made a trip to curse Chairman Wontumi but after uploading a video of herself undergoing some rituals, Ghanaians have believed.

In a new video, Afia revealed more details about her trip.

She said as rich as she is, she’s now ready to curse anyone who lies against her and would spend whatever amount of money is necessary to do so.

She added that she’s just waiting for the three people she cursed to die so she’ll return for thanksgiving.

Source: www.GhanaCNN.com

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I Spent ¢6,000 At 3 Shrines Just To Curse Chairman Wontum – Afia Schwarzenegger Afia Schwarzenegger has disclosed that she has spent six thousand cedis (¢6,000) at three different shrines to curse Chairman Wontumi and when he dies, she will go back to observe thanksgiving services at those shrines. According to the loudmouth media personality, […]

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