Musician goes for ‘juju’, but ends up being used for ‘juju’

Nazareth Opoku Agyeman aka Kojo Denkyem said he and a friend had gone to a fetish priest to make them famous and rich with his 'black magic', but unknown to him, the friend had earlier gone to conspire with the spiritualist to use him (Nazareth) for the sacrifice to enrich himself.

Even, some musicians themselves have made such allegations against their colleagues, but the only reason why they remain open secret is the lack of proof.

However, this case of one Nazareth Opoku Agyeman from Ashaiman may give some credence to the long held perception.

According to myjoyonline.com, the musician popularly known in the municipality as Kojo Denkyem had gone with his friend to see a fetish priest who had promised to make them famous and breakthrough in the music industry with his ‘black magic’.

However, unknown to Nazareth Opoku Agyeman, the friend had conspired with the said fetish priest to use him as a sacrifice that will make the friend famous and rich.

Myjoyonline.com quoted him as having said “The guy and I were very good friends so we wanted to come out with a joint album and after the album, we’ll go our separate ways….After we poured the blood on, the fetish priest spoke many words to encourage us.”

Nazareth Opoku Agyeman aka Kojo Denkyem reportedly became mad after returning from the fetish priest.

“But this fetish priest and my friend changed to speak a language I couldn’t understand. It was an unknown language,” said Nazareth Opoku Agyeman.

He reportedly remained mad until in 2009 when he came across a pastor popularly known as Oluman (Old man) who exorcised him.

When he regained sanity, the poor musician decided to go by the name, ‘Call Me Nazareth’ and has now ventured into serious gospel music. Reports say the rapper has initiated a gospel rap movement called ‘GOSPOP’ and is promoting an album christened ‘Madness to Greatness’.

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