Antoa Shrine Chief Priest Says the gods Had Traveled to India When the Thieves Came to Steal
After several shocking reports that a popular traditional shrine in Ghana-Antoa had been ransacked by thieves who went away with gold, the gods and the dwarfs, the chief priest has come out to clear the air.
“The gods must be crazy; for us, the gods must be powerless—what explains this incident of thieves having stormed a popular Ghanaian shrine (the shrine of Antoa in Ghana) and then stole all the gods and gold, and then later negotiate with the chief priest to buy them back for 1000 dollars?
According to multiple media reports, 3 thieves who were upset with the the long existing Antoa scam; the fact that powerless pieces of stones and carvings are being fronted to take money from several Ghanaians decided to end it all—buying storming the shrine of the gods at night and stealing all the gods and gold.”
We added that, once the the chief priest realized that the gods, gold and dwarfs had been stolen by the thieves, an embarrassing situation, he quickly contacted a certain man reported as Abu, who is somewhat the chief thief of the area—he knows about who steals what.
Abu managed to contact the thieves who agreed to return the gods for the amount of 1000 dollars.
ScrewLife.Com is told, after making the payments, the chief priest now has his gods and dwarfs intact, all set to work their magic on the credulous. But the stolen gold was never return.
Following the above development, the chief priest has issued a statement, saying, though gold and the statues of the gods were stolen which he now have them back—this does not in any way mean the gods are not powerful.
He said; the night that the thieves came to shrine, he was tired and was fast asleep—and the gods had taken a long over due leave to India, to attend the summit of the world powerful, being chaired by the mother of marine spirits (Maame water).
He added “what the thieves took away were the symbols or statues of the gods, the actual gods (I mean the spirits) had traveled, else they would have shown the thieves where power lies.”
This is interesting, considering the fact that the chief priest is said to have paid 1000 dollars before the thieves agreed to return the stolen gods—we mean the statues, as he called them.