Ghanaian Pastor Attributes Occultic Reason To Nana Adjei Sikapa’s Death
Written by ABR on 25/06/2020
A Ghanaian pastor identified as Bishop J.Y Adu has attributed the sudden death of Peace FM’s Nana Adjie Sikapa to ignorance as another pastor brainwashed him that he (Bishop J.Y Adu) was occultic so he refused to consult him when he was very sick leading to his death.
The pastor said the deceased was once ill and he was the one who healed him. However, upon recovery, he refused to associate himself with him again because another rival pastor told Nana Adjei Sikapa that he (the pastors) was into occultism. He believed this was the main reason he died.
He made this known while talking to seasoned journalist, Kofi Adomah Nwanwanii of Kofi TV.
“In 2017 July, he (Nana Adjei Sikapa) became very sick and was admitted to a private hospital in Accra for some months. He did all he could but was not successful so he was transferred to Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital. His company made sure he was well attended to but his health kept deteriorating. He called me from the hospital and updated me about his status. So I told him to come to my church…” Bishop Adu narrated.
“…I was directed by God to boil a specific leaf for him to drink. 3 days after that direction, he could now drink water and eat as well. In 2 months, he became very strong and healthy to even join us during church service…On March 18th, 2018, he now became 100% healthy to even start work.” he added.
He continued: “The sickness relapsed again in 2019 August with the same symptoms. He lost his voice whenever he spoke. So he stopped work for over 4 months. In August, Nana Adjei’s child who is studying law came home to meet his sick father. He was the one who came with his father to Kumasi when he first got sick. His son asked him to go back to Bishop J.Y Adu, if he’s sickness had relapsed. But Nana Adjei told him God will see through it.”
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