“I want to give him some protections called ‘back to sender’. Already I have performed some rituals and anyone who dare touches him would die a tragic death. What is left to do is for me to do a ritual bath for him but I can’t get to him. I have even gone to Kweku Baako’s office at Labone to look for him and I am ready to give out a plot of land to anyone who brings him to me. I would personally sponsor the cost of the rituals because Anas is useful journalist we must all protect,” Bonsam told NewsOne.
Bonsam was not clear on the exact reasons for which Anas’ life was under a spiritual and physical threat but insisted the vision he saw about the journalist was a disturbing one that ought to be acted on with a sense of urgency.
“I hear he is a Muslim but that is not the issue. Even me, sometimes I go to church to pray to God. As for protection from spiritual attacks, God has given me the gift. But I would still ask all Christians, Muslims and other faiths to also pray for his protection. But believe me, those plotting to kill him would die very tragic deaths and there would also be confusion among them,” he added.
Anas Aremeyaw Anas, through his undercover investigative works, is on record to have exposed unprecedented levels of corruption in high places and has certainly stepped on several big toes through his work.
It is, however, not clear whether he will honour Bonsam’s invitation especially when he hardly shows his face and true identity to publicly.
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