Ghanaian spiritualist Nana Kwaku Bonsam has alleged that the late founder of the Synagogue Church of All Nations Prophet T. B. Joshua attacked him spiritually, but was defeated.
Controversies have been spewing up since the death of Joshua on June 5 in Lagos.
The self-acclaimed most powerful spiritualist in Ghana made the allegation in a live video on Facebook on June 8, three days after Joshua’s death.
He posted the video of the live Facebook session on his feed.
Bonsam further alleged that the late Joshua killed former Ghana president John Atta Mills.
Mills died in 2012. Although he was once diagnosed with throat cancer, his brother Cadman Mills later disclosed during the graveside service that Mills had died from complications of hemorrhagic stroke resulting from brain aneurysm.
Joshua and Mills had a close relationship.
Boasting that he was the “most powerful spiritualist in the world,” Bonsam said in the video: “TB Joshua tried to kill Nana Kwaku Bonsam in the spiritual (realm). He said he was going to fight me in the spiritual. I said you are the one who killed Ghana president (John Atta Mills). When I said this, people started attacking and insulting me.”
He added, “We (Joshua and I) went to spiritual contest. When we went to the contest, it meant that one was going to lose, one was going to win.”
Bonsam also recounted how he allegedly went to the Vatican to report Joshua to the pope over his claims of machinations, deceit and murder.
“I went to Rome to report TB Joshua to the pope that he was the one who killed the late Ghana president,” he said.
The witch doctor did not mention which pope he went to see.
Bonsam added that even though he was going to die soon, he was sure Joshua could not defeat him in a contest.