Popular Fetish Priest, Kwaku Bonsam Commanded Fire To Burn The Bible During A Live Interview

Social media users were thrown into a state of shock and wonder after the celebrity fetish priest, Nana Kwaku Bonsom did the unexpected and probably the most shocking video to hit the internet during an interview.

Nana Kwaku Bonsam was dared by the blogger, Sammy Kay to command fire from above to burn down the bible into ashes. Nana Kwaku Bonsam felt reluctant in accomplishing the task set for him by the blogger.

The spiritualist asked the blogger to take his shirt in order for him to complete the task to prove his authenticity and prowess to Ghanaians and especially those who doubt the existence of supernatural powers.

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Just as Nana Kwaku Bonsam promised to do, he covered the bible with the shirt of Sammy Kay, and after a few minutes, the bible caught fire and burnt to ashes.

In as much as there are no specifications made in the bible about burning it or being it a sin, some people believe that one of the best ways to respectfully dispose of the bible is to cremate it.

Although some who wish to disrespect or desecrate God’s word do so by burning it, there is nothing inherently wrong with burning the physical Bible so long as proper solemnity and respect are observed.

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