There has been a clash between two former scammers Patrick and Abusua concerning visiting fetish priests.
Two young men who confessed to engaging in 'sakawa' have clashed on issues relating to consulting ‘juju’ men.
One of the young men by name Abusua has accused the other, Patrick, for consulting a fetish priest while engaging in a scam.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh, Abusua and Patrick exchanged words and argued over scamming claims.
The two young men clashed at the studios of Accra based radio station Vision 1 FM while discussing their escapades.
Abusua accused Patrick of being a sakawa member who visited fetish priests for spiritual powers to be able to scam his clients but he denied all the allegations.
He also claimed that Patrick became paralysed due to the fact that he (Patrick) failed to show appreciation to the ‘juju’ man who helped him.
Abusua also accused Patrick of being a fraud boy who scammed several people and even bought a car for his girlfriend.
However, in reacting to the accusations by Abusua, Patrick stated that he has never visited any fetish priest for spiritual powers.
According to Patrick, he only visited the priest to make inquiries about his missing items and not for spiritual help.
He also disclosed that he was paralysed after a billboard fell on him due to the negligence of the company.
Patrick denied all the allegations and claimed that he is not a fraudster but later claimed he used to ‘browse’.
Meanwhile, this is not the first time Abusua has been in the news for 'sakawa' related issues as he has made comments in that regard.
In a recent publication by YEN.com.gh, Abusua confessed defrauding white women but claimed to have repented.
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