After a spiritual direction from my prophet, my mother-in-law is paralysed – Yaa on Confessions with Ms Nancy

After a spiritual direction from my prophet, my mother-in-law is paralysed – Yaa on Confessions with Ms Nancy
Grieving daughter-in-law

Another confession from Ms Nancy’s confession box has left many jaws open. Yaa, a Ghanaian woman who appeared on TV3’s Confessions with Ms Nancy, has indirectly paralysed her husband’s mother with a spiritual directive from her prophet. In this episode, Yaa wants help to get her bedridden mother-in-law out of her house.

“I’ve been married for 4 years. We have two kids, but the problem is my mother-in-law. She’s been a huge setback in my marriage. She doesn’t live here in Ghana, but the past few months, she’s been back, and it’s been one issue to the other. It’s not been easy. Everything I do, she complains. Even the way I cook, take care of my children, and take care of my husband. She has an opinion about everything.”

According to Yaa, her husband’s mother did not like their relationship. So even after marriage, she continues to torment her at any chance. And that is why is sought her pastor’s help to deal with her problem.

“She’s been a huge problem even before we got married. She didn’t approve of our relationship. It was a struggle, but because my husband really loves me, we went ahead and got married. I have been praying about how she behaves since she got back. And so my pastor gave me something and asked me to pray and sprinkle it all over the house for seven days. He told me after some time, like a month, I would see the results,” Yaa revealed to Ms Nancy.

Yaa tearfully continued, “Two weeks ago, I actually witnessed the results. My mother-in-law as I speak to you, right now, is bedridden. She can’t do anything. She can’t move a muscle. And now that’s another huge problem. I have been praying for her to go back. She can’t leave in this state. What do I do?”

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By: Grace Somuah-Annan|3news.com|Ghana