Zongo guru Shows fake Trick used by many Mallams to Conjure Money on live TV

Zongo guru Shows fake Trick used by many Mallams to Conjure Money on live TV

  • One common magical trick performed by mallams on live TV is to conjure a lot of money from nowhere
  • A gentleman who has been a guru from a Zongo community in Ghana has exposed the trick & shown it's all fake
  • He also narrated how the technique is used to extort money from a lot of clients who are unable to tell it is not real

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A brave gentleman who hails from a Zongo community has revealed a trick used by many fake mallams to produce money on live TV and dupe people as a result.

In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh on the Facebook handle of One Ghana TV, the man indicated that he underwent training from another guru to understand all the nitty-gritty.

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Using what seemed like an empty box, the Zongo guru stacked a lot of leaves into it and made some enchantments only to open the box and see it filled with money.

Watch the full video below:

To the surprise of the host himself, it turned out that the box had two compartments, one of which was filled with a lot of cash even before the 'rituals' began.

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According to the young man, once the trick is performed to an impressed witness, the fake mallams are able to extort money with many other mind-tricks.

A case in point, he states, is for the mallam to sell a costly perfume to the buyer with the promise of making them get money which never comes.

Zongo guru showing fake trick used by mallams
Zongo guru showing fake trick used by mallams Photo Credit: One Ghana TV
Source: Facebook

Exposing fake partners

In another interesting report by YEN.com.gh, a pastor has educated social media users on how to detect if one's partner is being real in a relationship.

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The pastor named Samuel Ekundayo in a Facebook post said this can be ascertained in the way the person handles chicken in the presence of the other partner while in public.

Using his wife as a case study, Samuel shared a photo of the lady 'man-handling' a piece of chicken on one of their dates.

The woman was seen in the picture munching on the edible without minding her hubby's presence.

He hailed his woman for being real and challenged others to carry out the test.

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