Lukaku joined Manchester United for £75million but on a night in which he disclosed several candid revelations, Mr Moshiri insisted he had done all he could to try and retain the player.
"He said he was on a pilgrimage in Africa or somewhere and he had a voodoo and he got the message that he needs to go to Chelsea".
"Romelu's decision [to leave Everton for United in June] had nothing to do with voodoo". He pushed further by saying "Lukaku is very Catholic and voodoo is not a part of his life or beliefs".
Moshiri, who was speaking during Everton's annual general meeting added that he could not make sense of the move to Chelsea. "He wanted to make the next step in his career".
Following the statement made by the representative, it is quite revealing that the player may likely file a law suit against Moshiri on his attempt of deforming his character and person by linking him to African voodoo.
BBC Sport understands the Belgian has been left upset and angry by the claims.
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According to Moshiri, the Belgian had wanted to join Chelsea at the time, but ended up moving to Manchester United for £75 million ($140 million).
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A spokesman for Lukaku said: "Romelu's decision had nothing to do with voodoo". We managed to keep him for another year. Twelve months previously Everton rejected offers from Lukaku's former club Chelsea to re-sign the player.
"Then, last summer, we offered him a better deal than Chelsea". If I tell you what we offered him you wouldn't believe it. Robert [Elstone, Everton's chief executive] was there, everything was in place, there were a few reporters outside, then in the meeting Rom called his mother.
"I got close to Rom, I like the boy, he's a good boy, and I used all my charm to keep him and I just flatly failed". Ultimately we lost money.
"The issue was his brain had gone. It happens. Alex Ferguson got another year out of [Cristiano] Ronaldo but then he was off. [Luis] Suarez had to bite a few players to get off [from Liverpool]".
The Belgium global has enjoyed a decent start to life with United as he has netted 14 goals in a combined 27 Premier League and UEFA Champions League appearances.