VIDEO: Junior Agogo was used for Illuminati sacrifice for National Cathedral – Evangelist Addai

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Evangelist Addai Emmanuel is out again with another stupid and unreasonable claims.

As usual, he claims the death of Junior Agogo was caused by the Illuminati occult group.

The so-called man of God who people have best described as mentally unstable claims Junior Agogo was used as sacrifice for the National Cathedral which the ruling party NPP wants to build at all cost much to the chagrin of Ghanaians.

According to Emmanuel Addai, the occult group needs at least 13 people as sacrifice and that’s why started killing long ago.

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They killed Ebony, Suzzy Williams and other celebrities just as sacrifice for the National cathedral.

He also pointed out that all these celebrities died on Thursday. So that alone should show that there’s something occultic about their death.

This guy no dey make sense but watch video below:

Junior Agogo, the former Sheffield Wednesday and Bristol Rovers striker passed away in a London hospital.

The Ghanaian 27-cap international was hospitalised in 2014 and 2015 after suffering a stroke – just two years after he retired from football.

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Earlier this year, Agogo revealed he was still suffering from the after-effects of his stroke – including limited movement in his right hand.

He spent two months in hospital and later admitted he struggled with his speech – which left him lacking confidence and feeling isolated.

Despite his issues, Agogo was making the most of life before his death.

His posts on social media showed him checking into a hotel, hanging out at a bar and posing for pictures during a break.

Agogo will be remembered for his stellar African Cup of Nations performances in 2008, where he helped Ghana to third place.

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All in all he scored 12 times for his country in just 27 games.

May his soul rest in peace!!!

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