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Juju and Black Magic Are Real Among Black Stars Players – Rev. Lawrence Tetteh Reveals

Dr. Lawrence Tetteh, the founder and leader of the Worldwide Miracle Outreach, has confirmed that reports that Ghanaian players have been using ‘juju’ are true.

The man of God told Erasmus Kwaw of Lifestyle TV’s Heart and Soul Program that after years of close association with the players, he came to the conclusion that they use juju.

“I am saying this with a lot of caution and sadness: for a lot of our Black Stars boys who could not make it to the top, it was because they concentrated more on the spirits than on training on the field,” the internationally acclaimed man of God claimed.

He added, “You can see that for some of them (Black Stars players) they are over-connected. Some have their own mallams, some have their own gurus, some have their own Pastors, some have their own spiritual authorities and some have their own fetish priests.”

Ghanaian players are said to use a variety of spiritual practices in their games. Dr. Tetteh talked about his own experiences with spiritism while playing colts football.

“I will admit I almost became a big-time practitioner of another religion because of soccer. I had the chance to read the 6 &7 books of Moses. I got different colors of candles in the bid of that nonsense sports. Some of us were privileged to have a way out.”

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