‘Juju’ man in Asamankese reports young man who came to kill his boss for money rituals to the police

‘Juju’ man in Asamankese reports young man who came to kill his boss for money rituals to the police

- The young man is alleged to have approached the ‘juju’ man for help to riches

- He was given the options to choose between his family members and boss

- He chose the boss but was later arrested by the police

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‘Juju’ man in Asamankese reports young man who came to kill his boss for money rituals to the police

‘Juju’ man in Asamankese reports young man who came to kill his boss for money rituals to the police

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A young man believed to be in his late 20s has been arrested by the Agona Odoben police in the central region for allegedly planning to kill his boss for money rituals

He is an apprentice whose name is not known for now.

According to a report by pulse.com, the young man who has had his fair share of hardship was eager to employ whatever means possible to say goodbye to poverty.

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Consequently, he consulted a fetish priest based in n Asamanakese in the Eastern Region, for spiritual help to riches.

The juju man is reported to have offered him three options to select between his mother, sister and boss to be used for the rituals.

The young man who was bent on getting rich and enjoying its fruits with his family landed on the choice of his boss to be used for the sacrifice.

Unfortunately for him, the juju man knows the boss and they come from the same hometown.

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Therefore, he later called the boss of the wanna-be rich man to inform him about the wicked plans of his apprentice.

The boss further reported the case to the Agona-Odoben police and the apprentice was arrested.

He is currently in police custody and investigations are ongoing.

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Source: Yen.com.gh

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