- The sakawa boy who was seen chanting at Kejetia market has spoken
- The young man has revealed the rationale behind his action in the video
- In a video, he disclosed how he was deported from Europe to Ghana
The young bearded man who was seen at the Kejetia market chanting has finally spoken.
The young man known as Agyemang Badu has revealed the rationale behind his action.
In an interview sighted by YEN.com.gh, Badu disclosed that he is not a sakawa boy adding that his action was just a move to overcome some demons tormenting him.
According to Badu, after failing to complete senior high school, his late father took him to Spain where he joined a football club.
Badu said one of the leaders in the club decided to introduce him to occultism in order to make him the hottest player in the European country.
Badu explained that he agreed to this idea but he realized his life was at stake. So in January 2014, he decided to leave for Madrid and later to Barcelona.
Watch the video below:
He stressed that from Barcelona, he was moving to Holland but was detained at the France border because he wasn’t having the required documents to travel to Holland.
Badu further stated that he was arrested and detained for almost two weeks and after some court proceedings, he was deported to Ghana on April 10, 2014.
The Kumasi-born man explained that the leader of the team who was into occultism wanted him (Agyeman Badu) to sell his soul to the devil and was behind his predicament because he decided to stay away from that life.
YEN.com.gh previously reported how Badu dominated the headlines with his weird chants at Kejetia market in Kumasi.
In video which went viral, Badu was seen without a shirt shouting on top of his voice.
A voice which was overheard in the video claimed Badu was a sakawa boy.
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