Following the viral news shared by several blogs about a Ghanaian woman disclosing how her deceased mother sent her a cool $14,000 via MoMo, various threads tying the same knot have been shared online.
Many Ghanaians have endorsed the woman’s assertion by claiming that spirits are capable of carrying out such chores and insisting that there are numerous ghost stories in our very superstitious culture.
Remember how the internet erupted in flames when Naa Adoley Jeffanet, a participant in the now-famous Alpha Hour nighttime prayer program, described how the midnight warfare had benefitted her?
The young woman said that her late mother mysteriously dropped a cool 14,000 on her after seeing the struggles she was going through.
“Seriously on Friday night I cried my self out because I felt empty and lonely 😩 I was broke to the point that my last money left for my project was 2000gh but I haven’t reach anywhere. I really believe my mum spirit is always around me, because most of my customers and pastors that have eyes always tells me there is another woman in my shop anytime they visit. I got tired 😴 and decided to quit again. Then Laila Osman tagged me during ALPHA HOUR, I pray for only 10min and I just slept 🛌. In the morning that was Saturday I finished washing took my bath and decided to eat and sleep.
I took my phone and I saw momo transaction of 14000gh. I’m not expecting any money from anyone oooo. So I called a friend who is owing me over 40000gh that his he the one who sent the money. He said no. I was just shaking🤔🤔🤔then I quickly run to the MTN OFFICE at darkuman. To know if it a wrong transaction to my account. Still no trance. So we called the one who did the transaction and he said my MOTHER SAID HE SHOULD SEND ME THE MONEY 💴,for a second I was scared 😱 the guy described my mum and I said okay ✅ at this moment I have cashed out all the momo. Still I CANT BELIEVE IT BUT I BUY AIR CONDITION FROM THE MONEY 💴”
Her message drew a slew of responses from internet users, many of whom chastised her for her cock and bull narrative. Others, mainly Christians, shared the opinion that she had manufactured her statement in order to undermine the credibility of the Alpha Hour.
But in a fresh turn of events, other Ghanaians have shared such reports. the screenshots below show a selection of their account;