A man highly endowed in spiritual affairs, Peter Hammond, says love charms are real and never a fallacy.
According to him, love charms, popularly known as “for girls” and “for boys” in Ghana, are widely used and they have had their desired effects on many individuals.
The charms, according to him are used spiritually to get the attention of both genders, especially in relationships when conflicts occur between two parties or individuals, adding that some spiritualists also use them to woo people into their churches.
“Some so-called Prophets and men of God use these ways and means to woo members into their churches, revealing that this practice of the charms often starts from small but eventually progresses to become occultism…” he said on Asempa FM’s Abrabo show Wednesday.
Mr. Hammong also revealed that zodiac signs, nails, hair, even clothes of an individual when used, can contribute to the effectiveness of a charm.
He has, therefore, advised people who patronize charms to stay away from them as they have adverse effects.
He further advised the youth to hold on to their faith in God as these charms may work but in vain.
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