Louisa Hanna Bissiw, National Women’s Organizer of the NDC has defended her decision to invoke the gods on Dome-Kwabenya lawmaker, Sarah Adwoa Safo.
Hannah Bissiw had invoked curses on Adwoa Safo over claims of impersonation that had engulfed her in recent time.
Sarah Adwoa Safo came under intense scrutiny after the majority caucus managed to overturn an earlier decision by a one-sided minority Parliament to reject the 2022 budget.
A one-sided majority Parliament, days later overturned the earlier decision by the house, but it is the claims that an imposter was sent to the house to impersonate the Dome Kwabenya MP which has grabbed headlines till date.
In a video sighted by this portal, the National Women’s Organizer of the NDC, Hannah Bissiw was seen raining curses on her fellow woman because of the allegations of impersonation.
Hannah Bissiw called on rivers surrounding the country to deal with Adwoa Safo severely, including products from her womb.
Defending her actions, Hannah Bissiw stressed that with the just-ended Akwasidae and the central role that libation plays in the lives of many Ghanaians, “it is not to call Antoa Nyamaa but to refer to tradition by speaking of both good and bad.
“So I said, if she was indeed the person in the chamber, then as God says, take the good, I wish you well with all the blessings. But if she was impersonated, then we have laws in this country, our elders don’t read the Bible at the Palace. So I combined all the three (Christianity, Islam, traditional religion), that if it wasn’t you (Adwoa Safo), I assemble all curses from the Bible, from Genesis to Revelation and all deities that have surrounded us plus all water bodies and left all with her.
“So it is a blessing and a curse, so I left her with curses depending on the truth. I said it it was you (Adwoa Safo) blessings be your portion, if it wasn’t you, curses. When you (NPP MEMBERS) wake up you cry foul and that you are aggrieved.”