Police officials at Awusu Breku district have arrested a 23-year-old man engaged in money rituals.
The suspect, Samuel Dzamesi, was arrested by watchmen at the Fetteh Kakraba cemetery for allegedly damaging graves and taking away human parts for rituals in the Gomoa East constituency of the Central Region.
In an interview with Adom News, One of the watch-guards, Rashid Wahilu narrated how he saw Samuel Dzamesi walk into the cemetery with a mysterious handbag.
Rashid Wahilu said, upon some interrogation, they found out the bag was filled with human skulls.
Meanwhile, the Awutu Breku District Police commander DSP Johnson Hessey confirmed the arrest to Adom news and said investigations are still ongoing.
Sakawa boys and the church
About three months ago, YEN.com.gh reported that the founder and leader of the International Godsway Church (IGWC), Bishop Daniel Obinim, had endorsed cyber fraud, locally known as 'sakawa'.
In a video which trended online, Bishop Obinim disclosed that he was not going to advise people who engage in cyber fraud to stop.
According to him, the fraud victims, usually Europeans and Americans, were themselves fraudsters.
In the latest video of him sighted by YEN.com.gh, Obinim was spotted in church interacting with some people who admitted to being internet fraudsters.
During the interaction, Obinim is heard encouraging the fraudsters to bring photos of there would be victims for him to him to make them pay more.
One of the 'sakawa boys' who said he was a Nigerian testified that Obinim helped him to get a 12,000 euro booty from his 'client' from Sweden.
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