Ghanaian DJs are poor
According to Ajagurajah, some Ghanaian DJs are poor
because they fail to protect themselves against evil
spirits that evolves around Ghanaian musicians.
The man of God revealed that before a song becomes
a hit, most artistes send it to the mallams to chant on it,
so when the DJs receive the CDs or Pen drives which
has been chanted on together with Payola,
they become cursed since the spirit behind
the song begins to work against them.
He dared the host of the show to mention any
Ghanaian DJ who is very rich from only his job
and rides in expensive cars like Maybach.
Ghanaian DJs are poor – Ajagurajah
Bishop Abed kwabena Boakye Asiamah aka Ajagurajah,
is a leader of Universal Spiritual Outreach popularly
known as Ajagurajah Movement in Ghana.
Ajagurajah sounds strange it is actually a name
of an angel. ‘Ajagura’ means warrior and ‘jah’
means God therefore Ajagurajah means warrior of God.
Therefore he, Bishop Asiamah, sees himself a true
prophet of God sent to carry out his assignment on earth.
Therefore he Bishop Asiamah hangs a copper snake
around his neck so that anyone who has any sickness
be it headache, stomachache etc would get healed
immediately they gaze on the copper snake on his neck.
According to him many people have testified to the
healing potency of the copper snake.
For those who might not be familiar with the
Ajagurajah Movement, it is a spiritual church
locally called ‘sunsum sore’.
Spiritual churches used to be very popular about 50 years
ago before the advent of charismatic churches in Ghana.
These churches mainly deal with angels and spirit beings.
There’s a lot of music, dance and chanting of incantations
and use of different candles, incense and oils as well.
Their services are also characterised by the usage of
bells to summon spirits. They identify as Christians.