View pictures in App save up to 80% data.A tree named mpeni Kofi is alleged to turn to into a human at night protecting people.The tree which was reported to be as old 300 years was said to turn into a human at night to guard people of Akuapem
The tree which was reported to be in Ghana was alleged to turn into a tall man at night for the purpose of guarding the people of the community,legit news reports.
The roots of the treewhere seen to have still been intact ,as the we’re still fresh and smooth despite the fact that the tree has been living for up to 30 decades now.
The people of the community Akuapem had alleged that the tree protects them as it tall into a tall man In the night and watches over the community,Ghana web reports.
Legit news had taken a look at the historical village and spiritual narratives of the Mpeni Kofi tree.
During legit news visit to the community Akuapem,acting Krontihene of Akuapem, Nana Addo Kwataa, and sub-chief, Ahenenanhene Osae Adade, had explained to the correspondent’s that the tree had a human side as he noted that the tree signal’s them in times of trouble,as he said the tree had guided thier ancestors home during the times of war.
Recounting the history of the Akuapem people, Nana Addo Kwataa acting Krontihene of Akuapem, had said they see Mpeni Kofi (the tree) as a special entity that leads their people.
According to him,he had said”It is a signal to us. When we went to war, we could trace it and know that we are heading home. 300 years ago when our forefathers came, they saw it and it was of importance to them and it is a generational worshipping. We keep on worshipping it up till today.
He had also added that whenever they go to sleep in the night ,that the tree goes around the community as a tall man,and protects and watches over the people of Akuapem.
View pictures in App save up to 80% data. He had added “The chiefs and the people of Akuapem believe the tree has a special connection to the palace of the Okuapehene In the commission and serves as a unifier and protector for the houses surrounding it.
The tree is considered a demi-god by the people of Akuapem as the people of Akuapem worship it .