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The Head of Deku Avernopeme Family to Invoke Nogokpo gods if Abronye DC doesn’t Reverse the curse on their son Yayra Koku

The Head of Deku Avernopeme to Call on Nogokpo gods if Abronye DC doesn’t Reverse the curse on their son Yayra Koku.

This whole story comes up as the DC was seen pouring libation and invoking the wrath of the gods in the cemetery and asserting that one Yayra koku has alleged on his Facebook wall that, he Abronye has been given five(5) of the missing 500 excavators.

In a press statement cited by maxtymelive.com, is that from all their checks and confirmation indicates that their son Yayra Koku never in any way made mention of such allegations and that, if the DC does not reverse the curses he ruined on their beloved son and issue and unqualify appology, they are giving him 72hours or else face the wrath of Torgbui Zakadza of Nogokpo, Torgbui Hogbatso of Atiavi, Torgbui  Ga of Avenorfeme.

Below is a Press Release by the Head of the family

 

The Head of Deku Avernopeme Family to Invoke Nogokpo gods if Abronye DC doesn't Reverse the curse on their son Yayra Koku 2

 

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Maxwell Agbenyefia Kumah, known in showbiz as Maxtyme is a Ghanaian celebrity blogger, freelance journalist, and a publicist . He founded www.maxtymelive.com, an online platform that provides quality Public relations, Promotion, Publication, Digital marketing,Content management and communication services to clients with the focus on making their brands more attractive and visible to their target audience at all levels. An entertainment website and blog page that solely publishes authentic news about Ghanaian celebrities and other related lifestyle news,music,arts etc. He graduated from DataLink University College in Tema with a bachelor's degree in Banking and finance, then continued to study at Celebrity School of Radio and Journalism to be a freelance journalist, Presenter,a Production manager etc

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