Native doctor hospitalized after bulletproof charm fails

A bullet-proof protection charm gone wrong has landed a Ghanaian native doctor in the hospital after he asked to be shot.

A jealous husband who killed his wife for sleeping with native doctor also tried to end it all.

Punch reports that the traditional priest had claimed that with his Spiritual powers, bullets would be unable to penetrate his body and then asked to be shot.

In a post shared by  Facebook User, Nana Afriyie, @Opoku.tony.9, revealed that someone finally agreed to shoot Nana Tolofasito but after the trigger was pulled, it turned out that the priest was not as strong as he had professed.

The incident reportedly took place in Sekyedumase Newtown and the victim is currently fighting for his life at Sunyani Hospital where he is receiving treatment.

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