- A Ghanaian man who is into 'sakawa' has revealed he went to Benin and made GHc15m as a result
- According to him, this happened back in 2009 when he discovered a rich woman he wanted to take money from but the process proved futile
- A traditional priest in Ghana recommended Benin to him after finding out that the task was beyond him
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A man who practises 'sakawa' in Ghana has revealed how he went to Benin in 2009 where he performed many rituals and made GHc15 million within a short amount of time.
The man narrated the entire story in the snippet of an interview on GhOne TV sighted by YEN.com.gh.
According to the man, whose name is withheld, he came by a rich woman in 2009 who had a lot of money but did not want to give it out.
To get a portion of the wealth, the man visited a traditional priest in Ghana who said the task was beyond his level and recommended he go to Benin.
On the way to Benin, the commuters crossed two strange rivers to the site where only a special language was being spoken.
There, the man narrating the story says he was informed the rich woman was part of a serious occult group and was a 'free-agent'.
According to the Benin priest, who appeared and disappeared at the shrine, the woman's occultic group was so strong they needed to seek permission from India to be able to carry out the plot.
Until permission was granted, the wealth-seeker was required to sleep in a coffin for a week.
Subsequently, the rich woman was influenced to send GHc15m through a fraudulent deal after which she was spiritually eliminated so she would not take any revenge.
The man confirmed she collapsed at the bank right after sending the money and that was how he got all his wealth.
Meanwhile, a Ghanaian gentleman who calls himself Myk_Milllah on Twitter has indicated that his father rebuked him without mercy for making a WhatsApp status update concerning Benin.
In the post sighted by YEN.com.gh on his personal handle on Twitter, Myk, who is an upcoming musician/rapper, said he only posted "Benin soon" as his status and his dad saw it.
From that moment, Myk was called, rebuked, counselled, corrected, and instructed by his father who is a pastor of a local church.
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