A 33-year-old young woman walks into the studios of Happy FM with her 12-year-old daughter who confessed to be a witch needs help. The unnamed woman has seven children and they are all out of school.
They narrated their story to Pastor Nyansa Boakwa on his Nsem Pii show.
“My family used to be very comfortable, my husband’s job was very lucrative and mine as well. When my daughter was seven years, her friend bought her food to eat at school and she fainted afterwards.
“She was revived but things were not the same again, she became stubborn and disrespectful. She started stealing and lying as well.”
“At night when she slept, she would coil herself and sleep like cats do.”
“One day I asked her why she sleeps that way and she told me she was a witch but I ignored her.”
“My husband is a truck driver who has been driving for over 15 years, one day he had a minor accident close to a police barrier and when his driver’s license was checked, it was said to be fake. He was arrested and released after 3 days. This is a license he had used and renewed severally over the years. Since that time, he has been jobless and unable to cater for us.”
“We live in an uncompleted building now and we beg to eat,” the mother narrated.
Read the little girl’s story narration below:
“I realized I was a witch at the age of eleven, but I became a witch at the age of seven when I ate food bought for me by a friend from school.”
“Anytime I slept in the catlike position, my spirit was being summoned. I was told to sleep that way by the friend who gave me the witchcraft.”
“I was ordered to destroy my mother’s business and my father’s license was replaced with a fake one by my friends and I.”
“They told me to either do it or be killed. They made people believe my mother’s food was unwholesome so people stopped buying from her.”
“We pushed one of my siblings out a window in spirit and broke his leg.”
“We have our meetings in camp in a bush, where we turn humans into animals and slaughter them. I enjoy eating the legs of the people we kill.”
“We have our meetings around midnight and we are all around the same age group.”
“Anytime my father almost lands a job, we whisper into the ears of the person who wants to give him a truck to drive not give it to him so he remains jobless.”
Pastor Nyansa Boakwa is putting together strong men of God to help deliver this little girl and help restore the joy in the family.
By: Susan Amoako Agyemang