J'CANS BUYING OBEAH SERVICES FROM SOUTH AFRICA

September 13, 2016

A South African-based spiritual and herbal service provider, who boasts traditional healing powers, says he has clients in Jamaica, and is soliciting even more to provide services ranging from fixing relationships to making clients wealthy.

The chief operator, who goes by the name Professor Mansoor, spoke to our news team via telephone from his base in Durban, South Africa.

According to Mansoor, he has clients in over 90 countries around the world and as testimony to their satisfaction they keep coming back.

BIG MARKET

He told THE STAR that presently he does not have a big market in Jamaica, but has some clients here.

"I can bless an amulet for you or cast a spell for you. And I am so certain you will be pleased with the results, I absolutely, unconditionally, guarantee everything is possible with my supernatural powers. It's your time to let the spirits of the metaphysical world help you enjoy the rich life filled with love, happiness, and wealth", the spiritual healer said.

When asked by THE STAR why a peculiar interest in Jamaica from South Africa, Monssor said, "I advertise all over the world, not only in Jamaica."

He was reluctant to give details when asked how do clients in Jamaica pay for his services.

"I'm sorry, I think you have passed the need to know about my clients", he said.

Mansoor, on his Facebook page, said he specialises in bringing back a lost lover or job in 24 hours, remote control over lovers, and remove bad luck and jealousy.

Bishop Dr Joseph Ade-Gold, founder of the Chambers of God International, told THE STAR yesterday that there is a high demand for spiritual intervention among Jamaicans.

SERVICES NEEDED

"There is a need for Jamaicans to want the services. We have a lot of broken marriages here, people losing jobs and want back their jobs. The question is what kind of power he is using. It's quite irrelevant for many people."

The bishop told our news team that people in Jamaica come to him to fix marriages or even kill their boss.

"Wives might think there is a woman in the husband life and come to me and ask if I can kill that woman or send her away not to come back. They are ready to pay any amount. Christian principles or not, they just want answers to their problems," Ade-Gold said.

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