(Video) Juju at Black Stars: It’s devilish, Pray for yourself but don’t work against your teammates – Kojo Poku Mahala

Former Asante Kotoko forward, Kojo Poku Mahala has admitted that footballers do engage spiritual fathers for protection before, during, and after tournaments but it is completely wrong for these spiritual fathers to be at the camp of the team.

Kojo Poku speaking in a telephone interview on MidField Action on Kessben 93.3 FM said that it is okay to have a spiritual father as a footballer to pray for you for your own good but devilish to go to the extent of working against fellow teammates.

Kojo Poku Mahala

After Ghana was crashed out of the 2021 AFCON in Cameroon, many reports have emerged pointing to superstition at the Black Stars camp.

According to the reports, some of the players brought their spiritual fathers to the Black Stars camp to fortify them in diverse ways.

Kojo Poku reckons it is absolutely wrong for a player to bring his spiritual father to the team camp. He stressed that if all players are to bring their spiritual fathers at team camp, it will be a dramatization.


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