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I have spiritual powers – Former Deputy Minister reveals

Former Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs, and Regional Integration, Alhaji Mohammad Habibu Tijani has revealed that he is least perturbed when people refer to him as a ‘juju’ man.

He told Motion TV in an interview monitored by MyNewsGh.com that indeed he believes in spirituality and has no problem with those who refer to him as a juju man.

“I believe in spirituality. I strongly believe in spirituality and I don’t have any problem if people refer to me as a juju man”, he admitted on live television.

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The former lawmaker for Yendi Constituency who was a guest on the Northern Achiever did not mince words in cataloging the benefits he has inured from his belief in the spiritual world

“Because of my belief in the spiritual world, I went into spirituality. While growing up I have read before renowned Islamic Clerics, followed others in the spiritual world to understand how things are done and how one must conduct himself spiritually. Nothing takes me by surprise in my life. I never walk in the dark because if I step, I know where my footstep will land. I have never been in the dark and nothing has taken me by surprise”, he revealed.

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On those who doubt the power of spiritualism, he responded “Those who say it does not exist are rather those who do not exist. I know it exists and I believe in it and it has helped me to date. I have enormously benefitted from it. So, when people tag me as a Juju man or something I openly admit that indeed I have those powers. I do not hide that part of me because I believe in God, pray to him and he listens to my prayers. If I want something and I do not get it then God has seen that it won’t benefit me in any way”

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Source:MyNewsGh.com

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