I may be suffering because my mother Tigare Shrine, Actor TT says in a recent interview.
Tigare is one of the oldest shrines in Ghana and at the mention of his name back in the day, it used to send shivers down the spine of most Ghanaians. People have sworn to it in many courts and the results were not pleasant.
The shrine is believed to have originated in the Islamized and semi-arid Sudanic region and gradually spread to the south into the Ivory Coast, Ghana, Togo, Benin, and parts of Nigeria.
TT revealed that his mother, initiated him to Tigare shrine when he was a baby.
He only got to know this after his stepmother took him to a spiritual lady and after praying the spiritual lady advised him to seek answers from his biological mom.
After carrying out the order from the spiritual lady, his mother told him point-blank that he has links with the Tigare shrine.
In TT’s voice, the mother said;
“you were a baby when I got you initiated into the Tigare shrine.”
Have a look at the video below.
Also, I saw the real Ghana when we went down to ten men, Asamoah Gyan subtly jabs Dede Ayewover yesterday’s game.
The Black Stars of Ghana were eliminated from the ongoing 2021 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) tournament in Cameroon yesterday.
This was after they had played three group games from which they bagged only one point – a draw and two defeats.
Ex-Black Stars Skipper Asamoah Gyan who was speaking on SuperSport shared his opinoin about the game yesterday and well many felt it was a jab at Dede Ayew.
He was heard saying
“It is what it is. For me I can’t even explain. For me I don’t think it’s a red card though but at the end of the day he went out, the team had to play with 10 men. Even with 10 men I was really happy with how they played, they were able to score two goals with 10 men”
“I’m devastated. I’m shocked. You can’t win a game with this kind of attitude. I saw the real Ghana when we went down to ten men,”
“After the red card, that was the Ghana I wanted to see but at the end of the day we’re going home. We have to blame ourselves, there might be the reason why we didn’t play well … whether we like it or not we are out of the competition. No excuses, we have to see what we have to do to come back strongly… “
“We didn’t have a sense of urgency throughout the tournament. Why do you only push when you have ten men instead of 11 men? We didn’t play with determination We didn’t play with any ambition. We’ve lost, we’re going home.
“Everyone in Ghana will be disappointed. We didn’t create many chances and we’re going home. I’m very disappointed we’re going home. We didn’t see the Ghana we know today.