Ghosts sack Brazillian president from his official residence

 Ghosts sack Brazillian president from his official residence

Brazil’s president Michel Temer is blaming ghosts for his sudden eviction from the official presidential residence, Alvorada Palace, is the South American country’s capital, Brasilia.

Following the weird incident, Temer (76) said he moved his wife (33) and their 7-year-old son down to the vice presidential lodge in the spacious estate where they were previously staying before former president Dilma Rousseff was impeached and he became president.

His words:

“I felt something strange there. I wasn’t able to sleep right from the first night.

“The energy wasn’t good.”

Brazil’s first lady, Marcela Temer even brought a priest to drive away the said ghosts but the operation led to futility. The couple’s only son, Michelzinho, was said to be always running around the house in excitement, suggesting the invisible presence of supernatural beings in the residence.

Michel added:

“We even started to wonder: could there be ghosts?”