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Akan and Ewe ethnic groups of Ghana understood God in their traditional religious practices.
Highlights of the first writing were, the African Traditional Religion, the life of the ethnic groups in Ghana; their beliefs, customs, ritual and taboos.
Areas of interest to read in the part one was how Christianity has found an inroad into the lives of so many who were living in deep darkness and slavery to the evil powers.
Also, how the Christian organizations help free women and girls from the grip of slavery.
This condition is under a traditional religion belief called the “trokosi” system or “wives of the ancestral gods.” These ancestral gods lived in the spiritual world, which according to ATR, is the world populated by spirits.
In the Ewe thought they are called Vodou (Vodu or Vudu in Benin and Togo; also Vodon, Vodoun, Voudou, or other phonetically equivalent spellings.Akan and Ewe ethnic groups of Ghana understood God in their traditional religious practices.
Godwin Ofosuhene is a Ghanaian missionary, educationist, Prophet, Priest and King resident in Nigeria.
He works as a full time MINISTER with CHRIST HOLY CHURCH INTERNATIONAL a.k.a NATION BUILDERS.
He is the Academic Dean at CHRIST HOLY CHURCH SEMINARY.
He is married to Wilhelmina and they have two children called JOSHUA & CALEB.
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