Bishop Kwabena Asiamah, the founder and leader of the Ajagurajah Movement, has responded to the shocking passing of Baba Spirit.
Doctors only declared Baba Spirit dead two days ago after he had battled an unidentified illness for almost two years.
Baba Spirit asserted that his illness was spiritual on numerous radio and television stations prior to his passing.
According to Baba Spirit, some of his colleagues in the entertainment industry who are envious of and resentful of his success have hired juju men to destroy him.
For instance, Baba Spirit confirmed during his most recent interview with BRYT TV that some well-known celebrities use voodoo to harm their fellow teammates because they cannot stand to see their colleagues succeed and grow more successful.
Following his passing, this video reappeared on the internet, which has since generated a lot of controversies.
Bishop Ajagurajha is one of many Ghanaians who have voiced their opinions in response to the viral video, and he agrees with Baba Spirit’s assertions that certain members of the media were responsible for his illness and demise.
Ajagurajah claims that the revelation made by Baba Spirit that his illness was the result of some envious coworkers is accurate and that they are also responsible for his demise.
In his reflections on the entire incident, he urged Ghanaians to take Baba Spirit at his word regarding the juju attacks on him by his coworkers because of some members of the media community work as full-time occultists.