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Video: Ghanaian girl burns, says no power in the name of Jesus
female Ghanaian traditionalist who has been spotted in a video that’s now going viral burning the Holy Bible, as she says there’s no power in the name of Jesus and the Bible is fake.
The lady reveals that she believes Marine Spirit ‘Mammy Water’ is the real creator and went on to tell Africans to believe in their culture and stop copying others.
The Ghanaian traditionalist who stated that there is no power in the name of Jesus and the Bible is fake, added that without water which is where the Mammy water resides, one cannot do anything, even sleep.