According to Harry Shapiro in the Hendrix bio Electric Gypsy :
Occult writer Francis King has suggested Jimi dedicated "Voodoo Child" to Akonidi Hini-a Ghanaian occultist and one-time President of the African Psychic and Traditional Healers Association. Jimi was supposed to have been impressed by her occult powers while she in turn believed the rites she carried out in her ramshackle temple on the banks or the River Zribi in Ghana in some way contributed to Jimi's success-a service she also performed for Bob Marley.
http://books.google.com/books?id=JB1W2dn31rwC&pg=PA311&lpg=PA311&dq=hini+v oodoo+ghana&source=bl&ots=zOcDdMzW8y&sig=y6k0DPXMz j4DKf4TEfD7IQau7cg&hl=en&sa=X&ei=TJMIULezMoeo2wXLi cjeBw&ved=0CEoQ6AEwAA#v=onepage&q=hini voodoo ghana&f=false
Then in Timothy White's revised Bob Marley bio Catch A Fire :
At the same point in 1980,that her son was adding ancient African mysticism to his Rasta creed, seeking out the counsel of Ghanaian occultist/healer Akonidi Hini-for whom Jimi Hendrix had penned the song "Voodoo Child"...
http://books.google.com/books?id=h4nfr2cYAMQC&pg=PA323&lpg=PA323&dq=Akonid i+Hini&source=bl&ots=2qOiEoRQqu&sig=nUv4B-0LnZbHKUW1XTN-PYsw1lw&hl=en&sa=X&ei=jP4IUOGpIYGe2AW3wcHkBw&ved=0 CE0Q6AEwAQ#v=onepage&q=Akonidi Hini&f=false
Other than both men being deceased I'm not sure if the conspiracy thread is the proper place to ask, but after reading the Devon Wilson thread and being blown away by the research you guys have done I'm going to give it a go. Does anyone know anything else about Akonidi Hini?