Mother uses ‘Antoa’ to rain Curses over Son’s Missing Laptop

Written by: King Bygone

A video has recently surfaced on social media, showing a mother raining curses over her son’s missing laptop.

The video, which was shared by Ghanaian blogger King Bygone, has sparked a debate about the use of curses and the power of words.

Mother uses 'Antoa'
Mother uses ‘Antoa’

A mother in Ghana has taken to traditional means to try to find her son’s missing laptop. The woman, who has not been identified, uses Antoa shrine in the Ashanti Region and swore an oath that the person who stole her son’s laptop will meet his or her untimely death.

The Antoa shrine is a powerful shrine in Ghana that is known for its ability to punish those who have wronged others. The woman believes that if she swears an oath at the shrine, the thief will be dealt with.

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In many cultures, curses are believed to have the power to bring harm or misfortune to those who are targeted. While some may view this as superstition, others believe that words have the power to shape reality and influence the course of events.

In the video, the mother can be seen expressing her anger and frustration at the loss of her son’s laptop. She calls upon the powers of the universe to bring justice and return the missing item. While some may view this as a harmless expression of emotion, others may see it as an attempt to harm or intimidate those who may have taken the laptop.

This incident raises important questions about the use of curses and the power of words. It is important for us to consider the impact of our words and actions on others, and to use our power responsibly. We must also remember that there are often more effective and compassionate ways to resolve conflicts and address grievances.


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