Hilarious! Ghana man claims he saw Michael Jackson, Pope John Paul 11, in hell

A Ghana man has claimed that he died and went to jail where he saw Michael Jackson and Pope John Paul 11.

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Some stories are surely to be taken with a pinch of the salt with questions being asked as to the sanity of the teller of such. Such was the bafflement many have been thrown into when a certain man in Ghana, Kwadjo Peter, who has been trying to convince anyone that cares to listen how he died, went to hell, saw the likes of late pop king, Michael Jackson and Pope John Paul 11, the Catholic head that died some years ago.

According to the story making the rounds in the West African country, Peter claimed that he died twice spent some time in the after world gallivanting, during which time he took a trip to hell and saw the likes of Jackson and the Pope suffering. Not wanting to end his time there, he came back to life so as to put his ways right.

Narrating his sojourn in the world beyond to Peace FM, Peter said he first ‘died’ whilst playing football with some friends, then was sent to the morgue. He somehow managed to revive again, but the attendant handling his body hit him with a stick when he asked for some water, killing him again.

When he 'died' again the second time, Peter claimed he gained the ability to fly in the spirit world and was calling out to his family but no one could hear him, until he met a bearded man who directed him to follow a narrow path. From the path, Peter claimed he could see straight into the hell fire, where he was shocked at the personalities he saw there.

He stated specifically he spent one month on 'the other side' where he saw the late Pop King, Michael Jackson and the Pope.

What is this guy high on?

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