Nogokpo Priest takes on Afia Schwarzeneger

Afia Schwarzeneger's visit to Nogokpo

The Priest of Nogokpo Shrine Torgbui Amuzu Agbodzalu William has cautioned Valentina Nana Agyeiwa popularly known as Afia Schwarzenegger over her visit to the Shrine.

In a statement, Torgbui Amuzu Agbodzalu William said, his attention as the Priest of Nogokpo Shrine has been drawn to widely video and picture of Afia Schwarzeneger visits to Nogokpo Shrine recently.

The Priest has decided to warn Afia Schwarzeneger to stop circulating such pictures and videos in public domain in order to allow the gods to judge her matter brought before gods.

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He explained that, Nogokpo Shrine as popular and very serious Shrine is being visited by many people worldwide but as  the customs demand, it is not allowed to  circulate any pictures of your visitation on social media or in any public domain to create fear and panic before gods judge the matter brought.

“I am thereby warning Afia Schwarzeneger to stop that practice immediately.” He said.

“To set records on Afia Schwarzeneger visits to Nogokpo Shrine, I can confirm that, she visited the shrine and brought a matter before the gods for judgement.”

“She was allowed to communicate to gods alone and submit her matter to gods without anyone hearing the matter with her except the gods which she did as the first Initial stage.”

“As the picture widely circulated, the Priest of Nogokpo Shrine started receiving calls from someone particular people with names withheld which authorities of the Nogokpo Shrine shall determinine the case and settle the matter between those involved in order to avoid any further calamity or disaster.”

“I am therefore appealing to the general public especially the media to remain calm as Nogokpo Shrine is the very reliable place to determine the hidden truth so far as the African Traditional Religion is concern.”

SOURCE: Coverghana.com.gh

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