Regional News Fri, 22 Apr 2016

Flying woman crash-lands

Strange things do happen sometimes and Maame Adjoa Mensah, a 24-year-old native of Agona – Nyakrom in the Central Region, who self-confessed to being a “witch captain”, is reported to have crash-landed at Nsutam near Bunso Junction in the Eastern Region while she was physically flying in the air Thursday dawn.

The so-called witch, Adjoa Mensah, gave a bizarre narration of how she and her husband, Yaw Frimpong, as well as their two sons, Dankwah, 10, and Sackey, 9, were flying in the air while seated on a plantain when they crash-landed.

She said they were on a mission to kill a woman who resided at Nsutam, but when their ‘plantain tree’ flight reached the tower of the Seventh Day Adventist (SDA) Church building at Nsutam, they crash-landed.

Maame Adjoa noted further that after the crash, her husband and sons disappeared and left her behind.


When day broke, residents saw Maame Adjoa with a bushy hair and bruises on her body. It is believed she sustained the bruises as a result of the crash. She was in a not too clean and torn dress and was allegedly reciting some incantations in an attempt to disappear when she was found.

Maame Adjoa’s presence attracted a crowd of people, some of whom questioned her and she reportedly confessed to being a witch captain and explained her mission and how she crash-landed.

She was taken to the studio of Radio 1, a local radio station based at Bunso Junction, where she repeated her strange story and added other revelations too strange for publication.

The management of the radio station handed her over to the Bunso police.

Source: dailyguideafrica.com