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Sports News of Friday, 7 September 2012

Source: Finder Sports

My wife is not a witch - Richard Kingson

Former Black Stars goalkeeper Richard Kingson has taken to social networking site Facebook to dismiss rumours that his wife is a witch. Richard Kingson wrote on his Facebook wall: “My wife is not a witch.” He, however, did not give any further information. Richard Kingson and his wife have been in the news this week for all the bad reasons. It is alleged that the wife of Kingson, Adelaide Tawiah, confessed to controversial pastor TB Joshua that she bewitched her husband, putting his career in disarray and making him impotent.

In a shocking television confession which has allegedly put the entire family in total confusion, Richard Kingston’s wife confessed on Emmanuel TV at The Synagogue Church in Nigeria that she has messed up his life since they got married two years ago.

In a possessed trans-like way, she told the congregation about how she has been spiritually working on Richard Kingston since they got married, to the point of even making him impotent.

The pastor of the church, TB Joshua, prayed for her and asked her to tell all that she was still hiding.

He then prayed for her to overturn the witchcraft spirit in her.

Since Kingston got married after the 2010 World Cup, his career has taken a nosedive. He has been struggling to find a team since he was axed by English-side Blackpool and has been culled from the Black Stars team.

Reports indicate that the family has been in disarray since the issue was broadcast, and some social commentators arguing that the situation can even lead to the breakup of their marriage.

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My wife is not a witch - Richard Kingson

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