Popular 'sakawa' boy spotted performing weird rituals inside Kejetia market (video)

Popular 'sakawa' boy spotted performing weird rituals inside Kejetia market (video)

- A Kumasi-based 'sakawa' boy has been seen performing weird rituals

- In a video which has gone viral, the said 'sakawa' boy was seen chanting

- He was spotted at the Kejetia market

Sometimes, the love for money can make people do things beyond ordinary reason.

Many young men in Ghana have sold their souls to the devil all because of their desire to be rich.

These young men have been resorting to black magic popularly known in Ghana as juju or sakawa so as to get rich quick.

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Well, YEN.com.gh has sighted a video of handsome young man with nice beard alleged be a ‘sakawa’ boy.

In the video, this young man was seen at the Kejetia market, a popular place in Kumasi, Ashanti Region, chanting.

According to the voice heard in the video, this young man has been coming to the Kejetia market to perform rituals.

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The narrator in the video said, the alleged sakawa boy has been directed by his spiritualist to do those things and in doing he will get the money he has been looking for.

He also said, this young man does those things to spiritually retrieve people monies.

YEN.com.gh previously reported about the sad story of a ‘sakawa’ boy.

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A section of Ghanaian social media has been thrown into a state of shock and mourning following the death of a young man known as Pablo Doe Bwoy.

Pablo met his untimely death in December 2018 after being involved in an accident

According to some reports, Pablo was a renowned 'sakawa' boy who was based around the Lapaz area in Accra.

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