4 June 2014

Ghana: Nana Kwaku Bonsam - the Ghanaian Behind the Injury of Cristiano Ronaldo

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Cristiano Ronaldo.

In Africa, there are these stories ... Nana Kwaku Bonsam, a famous Ghanaian sorcerer claims to be the source of many problems in the Portuguese selection including its star Cristiano Ronaldo. The Real Madrid player is struggling to prepare because of injuries in the thigh and left knee and could miss the start of the 2014 World Cup.

While Ghana faces Portugal on June 26, Nana Kwaku Bonsam confirms having invoked the gods to put Ronaldo on the sidelines. "I know of what is suffering Ronaldo, I'm working on it," said the man whose name means "Wednesday Demon" on Angel FM and relayed by the British newspaper The Guardian. "I am very serious. Last week I went for 4 dogs for a special mixture called 'Kahwiri Kapam'," he added.

Apparently, Cristiano Ronaldo is not at the end of his sentences. "I told you four months ago I was seriously working to get Ronaldo on the shelves ahead of the World Cup or at least against Ghana. This injury cannot be cured by modern medicine, it is spiritual. Today, it is the knee, tomorrow will be the thigh, the next day something else ", Nana Kwaku Bonsam concluded.

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