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The teenager at the centre of the drama had
been believed to be “dead” for THREE DAYS
before she woke up and got out of the coffin. She ate porridge before drinking water. She later on died for good after being admitted to hospital that same day. The drama around the death of Ashel Abigail Zananda (14) of Sigali Village has since been talk of the area. The teenager had died on 8 June and she woke up three days later, when her “corpse” had been put in a coffin.

The chief, village heads and villagers, who
witnessed the incident, are still perplexed. It
could not be established if a medical practitioner or police had initially certified
the girl dead.

Villagers also told this reporter that the
incident occurred in the same village where
a black bird snatched a toddler and flew
away with him before dumping him alive in
the fields. Gokwe-Nembudziya Member of Parliament, Justice Mayor Wadyajena, confirmed the incident, saying it was indeed shocking.

“The chief and village heads need to help
this family look for solutions from traditional healers. It’s true that the girl died but she woke up, ate and drank some water. The chief and village heads should make a plan as far as this matter is concerned,” said Wadyajena. Cousin to Ashel, Admore Mashonganyika (46),
narrates what happened.

“My sister was complaining of a headache
for about three months. She died at our
aunt’s residence in Empress where she was
being prayed for by a certain prophetess.
After she died, we asked for her body for
burial. Three days later, the prophetess told
us that the girl was alive and asked why we
wanted to bury her alive,” he said.

“Surprisingly after three days, her body was
not cold and rigid as expected of a corpse.
The prophetess from African Apostolic
Church, with the help of other congregants,
prayed and the corpse started making
movements before raising a hand in the
coffin. The girl was then taken out of the
coffin,” he added.
Mashonganyika also said Ashel was taken
out of the coffin and her body was put
against a wall with her hands balancing on
both sides.

“She was taken out of the coffin and was
placed near the wall which she leaned
against with her hands balancing on both
sides. They cooked porridge for her and she
had five full spoons before drinking half a
cup of water”, said Mashonganyika.

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You’ll Regret For Marrying Owusu Bempah – Bishop Obinim Warns Rev. Owusu Bempah’s 3rd Wife



Bishop Obinim Warns Rev. Owusu Bempah’s 3rd Wife

About weeks ago, Rev. Isaac Owusu Bempah was captured in the news for contracting an unannounced marriage with Abpena Animah who happens to be the third wife of the man of God.

Truth be told, Ghanaians on social media questioned the act of the man of God and the latest to add his voice to the unfortunate issue happens to be the leader and founder of International God’s Way Church, Bishop Daniel Obinim.

According to the controversial man of God who loves to be called ‘Angel Obinim’ has cautioned Abena Animah to act critical else doom awaits in her marriage with Rev. Owusu Bempah.

In a viral video on the internet, Bishop Obinim is seen telling members of his congregation that he feels bad for Abena Animah, the third wife of Prophet Owusu Bempah, since she is likely to meet the same fate of his first and second wives.

“I heard in the news the other time that Rev. Owusu Bempah has married for the third time. I feel sorry for the woman because she should have thought about the previous two first. This means that if she, the third wife makes a mistake, she will also be replaced by number four”.

He added that, he’s certain the marriage will collapse in due time taking into consideration the history behind Rev. Owusu Bempah’s failed marriages. So, if this is anything to go by then it’s likely this relationship won’t last all other things being equal.

“As a third wife, you should not be happy because you are a replacement of the previous two. If the relationship had gone well, you wouldn’t be their replacement”, he confidently said.

Well, as it stands now Madam Abena Animah is happily married to Rev. Owusu Bempah. Therefore, it’s our prayers and fervent hope that they continue to swim in the pool of love devoid of divorce.

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