Occultist behind the Kintampo accident exposed by former occult member

A scene from the Kintampo accident

A former occult member in Ghana has finally revealed the cause of the VVIP and Grandbird bus crash on Tamale-Kintampo Highway road which claimed many lives.

According to the former occultist who claims to have worship at Ghana’s biggest occult temple which he claims is located at Tema, the Kintampo accident was not a mere accident.

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It was orchestrated by a young man called Nana Yaw who lives in Tema. The former occultist claim Nana yaw was tasked to bring 3 barrels of human blood.

The easiest way for him to do it was to cause the accident in order to get the blood without raising suspicions. As the accident occurred, he was right there in the spiritual being collecting the blood.

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But, he only got just 2 barrels from the accident so he had to burn the buses to get more blood since he was looking for 3 barrels.

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He added that not less than 60 people were killed that day in the accident so Ghanaians should ignore any comment from the government giving figure below 60.

The former occultist claims the said Nana Yaw based at Tema is his friend they have together killed many people.

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On the early hours on March 22, 2019, a VVIP bus on its way to Tamale crashed head-on into the Grandbird bus which was going the opposite direction.

In the frantic effort of the passengers to escape from the buses, the buses caught fire and many of the passengers burnt beyond recognition.

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A mass burial was subsequently held for the passengers who could not be identified at Kintampo the next day. Those who perished in the accident included women, children, men, and even animals perished

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