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The Duamenefa Foundation is a Non-Governmental Organization, an (NGO) with a membership of over 16,120, (Sixteen Thousand One Hundred Twenty) individuals who have committed themselves to promoting peace and reconciliation in our various communities. The word “Duamenefa” in the Ewe language literally means “LET US CO-EXIST IN PEACE”.

The name was birthed as a result of an ongoing intervention radio program which airs every Sunday 7:00pm – 10:00pm, Tuesday 11:00am – 2:00pm and Thursday 11:00am – 2:00pm on Fafaa 100.3 FM and is streamed live at and It can also be heard using the Listen2MyRadio app at fafaa fm. In addition, the programs are broadcast live on Global FM 105.1 in Ho, Justice FM 98.5 in Tamale, Swizz FM 93.7-Ho, and Sand City Radio FM 88.9 -Keta.

The “Duamenefa” program has succeeded in resolving over 423 hitherto antagonistic spiritual and diabolical conflicts ranging from:

(a) Invocation of the wrath of the “gods”

(b) Using human beings as servitude to the gods (Trokosi)

i.   Child Rights Advocacy

ii.  Intervention for total release of Trokosis

iii. Advocacy for the total eradication of using human beings in servitude to the gods (Trokosi system)

iv. Education and vocational training for the released Trokosis and orphans whose family were decimated by the invocation of the wrath of the gods

(c) Falsification of prophecies, counterfeit visions, and revelations by false prophets

These are issues of spiritual and diabolical connotations which our traditional courts and the law enforcement agencies are not clothed with jurisdiction to handle.


There have been some irresistible calls into the investigation of some of the religious and cultural practices and beliefs of our people. Some of the practices and beliefs have been encouraged and some are still not well understood, therefore, the “Duamenefa Foundation” is undertaking investigation into some of these practices and beliefs so as to know more about them, to encourage those that will move us forward as a people and to discourage those that will not promote the common good.

Some of these practices and beliefs have to do with the belief of most people that strange deaths in the community are due to fetish attacks and that prominent people in some families die because a member of the family has wronged some other person and that the person who has been wronged has sought the intervention of a fetish or a god and the result is that very prominent people in the family of the perpetrator die one after the other. In some of the cases, the perpetrator also dies eventually and following his death the practitioners of the fetish or the god then proceed to take away all the possessions of the deceased perpetrator.

This belief has been entrenched in the community so much so that the Keta Municipal Assembly in the Volta Region of the Republic of Ghana was compelled to enact Bye-Law number 3.6 of 2006 under the title “Cursing and invoking of the wrath of gods, which provides as follows; ‘Any person or group of persons who curse by the gods or invokes the wrath of gods in one way or the other on another person or group of persons shall be guilty of an offence punishable by a fine not less than GH₵20 or more than GH₵50 in addition to two crates of schnapps, one gallon of Akpeteshie (local gin) two sheep and one goat’”. The above bye-law raises a lot of legal and social issues.

Another topical practice has been the offering of young people mainly girls and young women as compensation to the gods. The Duamenefa Foundation therefore seeks to bring all these issues to the fore so that we as a people can deal with them dispassionately.

The Duamenefa Foundation has succeeded in resolving over 423 thorny disputes ranging from the invocation of the wrath of the gods, attempted usages of charms and other diabolical means to the detriment of innocent citizens, using innocent young children in servitude to the gods, resolution of false prophecies that set families apart. Hence, the Duamenefa Foundation’s radio educational programs enjoy the patronage of the young and the old. The Duamenefa Foundation has over 15,875 certified members (volunteers) made up of chiefs, opinion leaders and the general public. There is daily registration of membership due to the high level of interest the program generates and it is estimated that membership will double in the next two years.


The goal of the Duamenefa Foundation is to promote best practices in our various communities through the understanding of our various traditional, religious and cultural practices and beliefs.


  1. The Duamenefa Foundation receives written petitions for investigation and intervention from victims who have been traumatized, sick or people who lost innocent family members due to spiritual and diabolical attacks
  2. The copies of petitions directed to the relevant stakeholders such as

(a) The traditional rulers

(b) The Ghana Police Force

(c) The Commission for Human Right and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ)

(d) The National Commission for Civic Education (NCCE)

(e) The Department of Social Welfare and other relevant stakeholders

  1. The Duamenefa Foundation delegates its journalist from Fafaa 100.3 FM to investigate the veracity of the petitions. This is followed by an on-air interrogation of the suspected perpetrators of the diabolical and spiritual crimes and the victims. There is also ongoing education on the matter through the participation of key resource persons from the statutory state organizations mentioned above.
  2. In most cases, the spiritual attacks are reversed through community traditional arbitrations where all stakeholders gather to arbitrate and resolve the spiritual matters through the same processes that were used to inflict the harm and suffering on the victims. There is a live broadcast of the interventions of arbitrations on Fafaa 100.3 FM, Global FM 105.1 Ho, Justice FM 98.5 Tamale, Swizz FM 93.7-Ho, and Sand City Radio FM 88.9 -Keta.  Live streaming on,, and on the Listen2MyRadio app under fafaa fm, is available, with live video coverage during the arbitrations which can be seen inside the posted stories on our websites covering the arbitration.
  3. The perpetrators are forgiven to “go and sin no more” and many of them end up accepting the Lord Jesus Christ as their personal Savior.
  4. The Duamenefa Foundation has over 22 committed pastors from different denominations who constituted themselves into an umbrella group known as “Intercessors of the Land” who continuously intercede for the land through prayer programs on Fafaa 100.3 FM.  

The Duamenefa Foundation collaborates with its radio station Fafaa 100.3 which resonates on the maxim “Information for Intervention” through collaboration with the aforementioned stakeholders to fashion out modalities to always salvage the situation. This is because the practices and beliefs show there have been innocent victims in families and communities who suffer as they lose breadwinners and prominent citizens. The young women who are offered in servitude to the gods are denied basic education and other relevant social amenities in violation of their fundamental human rights. As society is constantly changing we need to take a second look at these practices of our forefathers and modify them to suit present day needs and circumstances.


The broad objectives of the Duamenefa Foundation are to:

  1. Investigate the petitions received and publicly engage the perpetrators and stakeholders on its radio (Fafaa 100.3 FM) to unravel the mysteries behind the invocation of the wrath of the gods upon families.
  2. Ensure that the stakeholders compel the perpetrators of these diabolical practices or crimes to reverse the invocations and save the families from spiritual death penalties
  3. Investigate petitions received on issues of demand by traditional deity practitioners to offer human beings, especially young females, as servitude to the gods. (Trokosi)  
  4. Investigate petitions on issues of false prophecies and revelations by false prophets who play on the psyche of innocent members of a particular church, extract money, set families apart and render their victims traumatized 

These broad objectives are underpinned by the following supplementary objectives which are to:

  1. Seek the traditionalist perspective on the above subject matter, its advantages (if any) and its disadvantages to the society by means of interviewing key traditional rulers viz: the Traditional Chiefs, the Awoamefia of Anlo (the Paramount Ruler) or his authorized spokesperson and the various Divisional Chiefs
  2. Seek the opinion of the worshipers of the deities who permit the act of the invocation of the wrath of the gods
  3. Seek the opinion of the Christian community about the biblical perspective on this matter
  4. Seek the opinion of the representative of the Ghana Bar Association on the matter
  5. Seek the opinion of the Keta Municipal Assembly as to what informed their decision to promulgate the bye-law prohibiting invocation of the wrath of the gods
  6. Seek the position of the law courts on the provisions of the aforementioned bye-law
  7. Seek the opinion of the Islamic Community on the provisions of the Quran on the aforementioned subject matter

An opinion poll of the general public will also be conducted. A stakeholders conference will be convened to enable all parties involved in this matter to make a presentation on the subject matter under the caption, ‘How do we eradicate the act of invocation of the wrath of gods, and abolish offering of human beings as servitude to the gods’ with case studies, documentaries, and proven testimonies from the custodians and practitioners of the deities or the gods.  

In line with the above, the following questions become very imperative and the program seeks to find an answer to all the relevant questions.

  1. How do we resolve the lacuna in the 1992 Constitution of the Republic of Ghana on spiritual matters?
  2. Why did the Keta Municipal Assembly promulgate a bye-law prohibiting the act of invocation of the wrath of the gods and prescribed a penalty for anyone who invokes the wrath of the gods upon the other?
  3. Does the Assembly know that the gods begin their operations by killing innocent and very important personalities of the culprit’s family?
  4. Why do the gods allow the culprit to live to the detriment of innocent people?
  5. Is there an alternative means that the same gods will prefer to save the lives of innocent persons some of whom had higher school/college/university education and could help develop the community and the nation at large?
  6. Are the practitioners and their gods aware of the constitutional provision on the subject matter? (Protection of Fundamental Human Rights and the Right to Life)
  7. What about the Keta Municipal Assembly’s bye-law prohibiting the act of the invocation of the gods and its prescribed fine?  Is this acceptable to the worshipers of the deities? Were they served copies of the bye-law or educated on the bye-law?  Were they duly consulted prior to the enactment of the bye-law?
  8.  Does this phenomenon have dire negative consequences on the society or are there advantages?
  9. Is this act not an infringement on the fundamental human rights of innocent citizens who have to pay with their lives for crimes they knew nothing about?
  10. Are the constitutional lawyers aware of the spiritual dimensions of judgment by worshipers of the deities?
  11. What is the correlation between the Keta Municipal Assembly’s bye-law prohibiting the invocation of the wrath of the gods, its prescribed fine and that of the constitution of Ghana?
  12. Can this bye-law be acceptable at the law court if it had gone through the process of gazette?
  13. Why does the ‘law’ refuse to frown on this practice despite its negative consequences on the society?
  14. What are the constitutional and or legal procedures in a matter like this? 
  15. Were the worshipers of the deities served copies of the bye-law?
  16. What if the practitioners of the act refuse to abide by the provisions of the bye-law in this regard, what should the victims do or what happens?
  17. Is the Ghana Police Force given the right to protect the interest of the citizenry in light of this bye-law?
  18. Is this bye-law acceptable to the court vis a vis the constitutional and other legal provisions?
  19. Are Christians possible culprits in terms of invocation of the wrath of the gods?
  20. Do Christians, having accepted Jesus Christ as their Lord and personal Savior, resort to invocation of the wrath of the gods in times of provocation, stealing of their items by criminals, etc.?
  21. What if a Christian does invoke the wrath of the gods? Are there biblical sanctions to be imposed on such a person?
  22. Do Christians invoke the wrath of the almighty God on people?  What is the correlation between the act of the invocation of the wrath of the gods and the Christians’ act of pleading the blood of Jesus?
  23. What is the Christians’ position on the provisions of the constitution of Ghana on the above subject matter?
  24. What is the Christian community doing to educate the public on the influx of false prophets?
  25. What are the consequences of false prophesies and falsifications of prophetic revelations?
  26. Do Moslems indulge themselves in the act of invocation of the wrath of the gods?
  27. What if a Moslem does?
  28. What is the Quran’s prescribed penalty for the said person?
  29. What is the correlation between the Islamic laws, the Municipal bye-law and the Constitution?
  30. What is the relationship if any between customary law, traditional practices, Islamic law, Biblical and Christian injunctions and the Constitution and the laws of Ghana?


The Duamenefa Foundation would embark on an opinion poll to be conducted within the Volta Region to seek the opinion of the general public on the need to embark on an advocacy project to enable the various communities to enact a bye-law through the various district and municipal assemblies as per what the Keta Municipal had done and also the modalities for enforcement of the laws since the Constitution of the Republic of Ghana is silent on spiritual matters.

The Duamenefa Foundation under the auspices of Fafaa 100.3 FM in collaboration with other relevant media networks would organize a stakeholders’ conference of all opinion leaders of the Ewe speaking community where representatives of the following institutions and associations shall make presentations on the above topic, under the caption  “How do we eradicate the act of invocation of the wrath of the gods, offering of human beings as servitude to the gods and false prophecies and false prophetic revelations”

  1. Office of The Regional Minister
  2. Offices of the Members of Parliaments, Volta Region
  3. Offices of the District and Municipal Chief Executives
  4. Offices of The Traditional Councils
  5. The Ghana Bar Association (Regional Chapter)
  6. Offices of The Commission on Human Right and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ)
  7. The Ghana Psychic and Traditional Council, Volta Regional Chapter
  8. The Trorxovi Regional Council
  9. The Sofia Movement Council
  10. The Regional Police Command, Volta Region
  11. The Ewe land Local Council of Churches
  12. The Moslem Community
  13. The Market Women Associations
  14. The Ghana Private Road Transport Union of the TUC.
  15. The Ghana Information Service
  16. The National Commission for Civic Education (NCCE)
  17. The Ghana Education Service etc.

The program shall also be carried out live on the internet at and and other social media platforms.


The Duamenefa Foundation under the auspices of its radio the Fafaa 100.3 FM is conducting investigations and broadcasting for the purposes of interventions into the numerous petitions being received daily.  The program runs three times a week, Tuesdays from 11:00am to 2:00pm, Thursdays from 11:00am to 2:00pm and Sunday evenings between the hours of 7:00pm and 10:00pm. On a day of community public arbitration, the Duamenefa Foundation, under the auspices of Fafaa 100.3 FM, collaborates with chiefs who are vested with the constitutional mandate to go into traditional and spiritual arbitrations and other relevant stakeholders to resolve and reverse diverse spiritual attacks on innocent citizens and such arbitrations are aired live for the whole day on the day and time set aside for such public events on the airwaves of Fafaa 100.3 FM.


The youth are the future of our mother Ghana and it is imperative that we get involved in helping to secure a good future for them. Duamenefa Foundation has thus involved itself in several areas targeting the growth and wellbeing of the youth.

Uncovering the hidden talents of the youth through sports

The Duamenefa Foundation in collaboration with its radio the Fafaa 100.3 FM and several other stations throughout the Volta Region, each year since 2017, broadcast live, a large football tournament aptly named, The Duamenefa Super Gala and Marathon.  The first year, 46 teams and 71 athletes registered to compete in our tournament and marathon. It was such a huge success, that in 2018, the newly appointed Regional Director of Sports had heard about this and came to witness the finale of the top four teams being showcased from the 77 football clubs and 77 athletes, women included competed hard to reach this pinnacle.

The Regional Director of Sports declared his unwavering support in the name of the National Sports Authority and put the Duamenefa Super Gala and Marathon on the national sports calendar as a Regional Tournament. So in 2019, The Duamenefa Regional Tournament, dubbed, “The Olympics of the Volta Region”, registered 104 football clubs, including women’s clubs, to complete in the largest football tournament in Ghana. From early June to mid-November these teams played and scouts from many nations came to seek out the top talent. Over 30,000 spectators, more than 100 chiefs, many pastors and other dignitaries came to support this spectacular event during its grand finale.  More than 3,200 youth had participated avoiding the pitfalls and lures of crime and drugs with a very positive outlook.


Duamenefa Foundation, concerned with the increase of illegal drugs and drug laced drinks being sold openly in markets, has involved itself in the intervention to uncover the drug trade in the Volta Region.  Collaborating with the Narcotics Control Headquarters, the Ghana Police and Immigration Services, the Foundation is providing vital information in this fight for our youth. As Ghettos are being exposed, arrests are being made and the organization of illicit drug dealing and users are being confounded, resulting in lives being set free and saved from harm or even death.


Whether single due to the death of a spouse, abandonment, divorce or sin, this situation should not be a lifelong handicap for these families. Through the collaboration with another NGO, the Duamenefa Foundation is helping to supply vocationally-trained single parents with equipment and the help needed to grow and become financially sound and self-sufficient. This program has successfully enabled people to move forward, some now having apprentices working under them, multiplying the business and helping their children have the opportunity of education, life’s necessities and a good home environment.


In most of the 550 communities in our catchment area, Duamenefa Foundation sponsors fun games which bring the community together for peaceful, competitive and fun social interaction. Youth and adults alike compete in various activities including; singing, games, races, reciting and talent competitions broadcast on our radio station; Fafaa 100.3 FM. This secures a strong community spirit where people are willing to work together for their betterment.


From prayer support and encouragement to helping the sick in the area hospitals, Duamenefa Foundation, through generous gifts of its partners, is now providing much needed assistance in making our hospitals the best. During the feeding of the entire population of two hospitals, one of our partners choose to adopt the children’s ward at the Keta Municipal Hospital, providing renovation, equipment and supplies. Each quarter the greatest need within the ward is agreed upon, the project started and completed to the glory of God. The men’s ward has also been adopted and work will begin soon.


Duamenefa Foundation has many requests for help coming in, but when the pictures arrive and the stories are told, God directs our Foundation to help. It is a commandment of God to love our neighbors and Duamenefa Foundation intends to fulfill all righteousness.


The short term goal of 5 to 10 years of the Foundation is as follows:

  1. To investigate and intervene in to petitions of human right abuses where spiritual powers are used to incapacitate innocent people
  2. Register as many as 20,000 (Twenty Thousand) members for the Duamenefa Foundation who will promote and champion peaceful coexistence of people through research, investigation and interventions into spiritual matters
  3. Institute Regional Football and Marathon Annual Events where the hidden talents of the youth will be unearthed thereby creating a congenial platform for marketing same. This will keep our youths busy as their time will be engaged productively. As the saying goes ‘the devil finds work for the idle hand’ so the sporting events are meant to motivate the youth and discourage them from engaging negative practices and vices.   
  4. Institute community fun clubs for the Duamenefa foundation where there will be periodic fun club games competition of all age groups within the 550 communities  
  5. Formal collaboration and exchange of letters among the stakeholders
  6. Link with other Christian NGO’s in the diaspora to participate in this vision and win the suffering souls for the kingdom
  7. To institute community leaders of the project who will report the activities of their various communities to the head office of the Foundation
  8. To link with an NGO to support single parents who lost their husbands / wives through the invocations of the wrath of the gods or divorcees
  9. Periodic training activities within and outside Ghana for selected members of the Foundation


  1. The Duamenefa Foundation shall champion establishment of  an orphanage within the 550 communities to cater for the orphans whose parents died as a result of invocation of the wrath of the gods, as well as children whose parents were taken captives by such occultist homes to serve as (Trokosi slaves of the gods)
  2. The Duamenefa Foundation shall celebrate and give awards to communities who recorded zero violations of the aforementioned three thematic areas mentioned above. 


Fafaa 100.3 FM shall solicit sponsorship from well-meaning international charitable organizations Ghanaians, Churches, the Business Community, NGO’s and the International Community.


The forum shall be used to educate the general public on the consequences of the aforementioned practices and beliefs from the perspective of the 1992 Constitution and the laws of the Republic of Ghana. Significantly, the fallout of the program will be a greater understanding of the practices and beliefs of our people and how the encouragement of the positives and abolishing of the negatives can propel us forward massively as a people as the abilities and capabilities of the people are unleashed towards the greater good upon the fuller understanding that the key to a greater and a prosperous future of our Volta Region is deep inside each and every one of us.


Emmanuel Ketaman Evortepe
Executive President
Duamenefa Foundation
Fafaa 100.3 FM