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There’s No Power In The Name of Jesus- Nana Tornado

Controversial Ghanaian actor, Emil Wood, popularly known as Nana Tornado has asserted that “there’s no power in the name of Jesus.”

Speaking in an interview with Maame Grace off the Revelation show which airs on GhOne, Nana Tornado indicated that “Africa, we’re spiritual people” and due to the nature of his career, he has gone for spiritual protection when asked if he “believes in anything?”

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According to him, he has over 300 deities protecting him against external attacks. He revealed the name of his deities as “Adiepena.”

Stressing on the spirituality of Africans, Nana Tornado took a dig at Christian body saying, “we were spiritual people and the white man used the bible to deceive us and rob us of our gold.”

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Nana Tornado in recent times has lashed out at Christianity on several occasions, and his recent remark about the name of Jesus isn’t a surprise.

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Appiah Kwesi Anokye Dennis Jnr, professionally known as Kwesi Appiah is a Ghanaian celebrity blogger and writer.

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