In an era where many seem to put all hopes in Pastors, Prophets for directions and answers to uncertainties about their lives, Professional Stage Illusionist, Vodu and Afa Priest, Christopher Voncujovi, has revealed that men of God are among the many customers who visit his shrine for consultations and spiritual guidance.
The voodoo practitioner, who emphasized that his outfit is not limited to specific people, added that politicians, prostitutes, policemen, thieves, Muslims, and Hindus pay him a visit on regular basis for help.
“Pastors are coming, Reverend Fathers are coming, Ashawo is coming, thieves are coming, Policeman is coming, Politician is coming. Everybody comes. Everybody is human being. Whether you are a father, a pastor, a politician, ashawo, thieves, you have needs. You need certain things in your life. So it’s not limited.” He justified.
Christopher Voncujovi said these people, from all walks of life, come to him to assist with solutions to various life’s setbacks including financial stability, marital issues, prosperity, healing, bareness/childlessness, and sorrow.
In an interview on the maiden edition of People and Places on GhanaWeb, his exact words were, “When people come here for consultation, they come for almost everything that worries human beings. People come because they want their job to be okay. People may come because they want a wife. People may come because they want a good husband. People may come because they are sick. People may come because they want something that is not right. People come because they want to learn about themselves- They want to know themselves. They want to see what is wrong with them. Why others are succeeding but they are not succeeding.”
He further maintained that his role is to “fix” absurdities in the lives of people hence, he shuns away from religion and open his doors to anyone who wants to see “things move” in their lives.
“Muslims are coming, Hindus are coming, Christians are coming. We try as much as possible to cut away from religion.” He indicated.
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