I can’t visit my child in school due to blood money and occult tag – Ajagurajah laments
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Bishop Kwabena Asiamah, better known as Ajagurajah, has bemoaned the discrimination he faces from the public over his choice of religious worship.
The spiritual leader says he has been labelled with unspeakable descriptions, including being called an occultist, and this has had a very grave effect on his relations with people.
Speaking in an interview on Kingdom FM with Fiifi Pratt, Bishop Ajagurajah said people have a wrong perception about him which leaves them with the fear of getting close to him or accepting his money whenever he goes out to purchase an item.
The leader and founder of Universal Spiritual Outreach Church, populalrly known as the Ajagurajah Movement recounted various instances where people have had to act indifferent around him in public.
“Some claim that the cows I sacrifice are humans. I have heard people say that I am married to a marine spirit…I am tired of explaining myself.
“When I visit the bank, no one seats close to me. Even when I go out to buy waakye in my gown, people run from me. They say I am a wizard, also traders do not accept monies from me. Even when they do, it is separated from their daily sales because they claim I am an occultist. I deal in blood money.
“Do you know what people have said about me? They claim I sacrifice humans and also drink blood,” he disclosed in the interview.
According to Ajagurajah, he doesn’t seek to change the negative perception Ghanaians have about him, but instead, he will continue to live his truth.
He said the situtation has made it very challenging for him to even pay his child a visit in school due to the negative tag.
“I can’t visit my child in school. I can’t even get close to people. I try to hide my personal life…all these speculations come from pastors who want my downfall.”