- A boy at Iron City in Kasoa appears to be losing his finger as a result of putting on a ritually-fortified ring that belongs to his friend
- The duo were at a gaming centre when the owner of the ring removed it from his hand and forgot about it
- The unsuspecting victim picked up the piece of jewellery and has been suffering as a result because it keeps tightening up around his finger
- The owner of the ring indicates that the finger must be cut off or a ritual is performed with the blood of a baby
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A gentleman who appears to be in his late teens has gotten himself in some trouble after he put on a ring that belongs to one of his friends.
In a video report by Adom TV sighted by YEN.com.gh, it is indicated that the gentleman was at a gaming centre around Iron City in Kasoa when one of his playmates removed the ring, put it on the table and forgot about it.
The unsuspecting boy picked up the ritually-fortified ring, wore it on his finger, and went home to take his bath and sleep only to feel that the ring was tightening up around his finger.
Watch the full report below:
The young man was in great discomfort till the next day when some locals heard of his woes and attempted to forcibly cut off the ring.
An eye-witness who narrated the incident from that point revealed that immediately a piece of the ring was cut off, it mysteriously moved into the boy's finger, penetrating deep into his bone.
The boy was screaming on top of his voice at this point.
When the ring owner was finally found and queried, he indicated that the ring was not supposed to come in contact with water whilst its on the finger.
He further claimed that before the ring will come off, the finger must be amputated off or the blood of a baby must be used for a ritual.
In another report, three students from the Adventist Senior High School in Kumasi have reportedly stolen a goat that belonged to their housemaster.
In an official letter sighted by YEN.com.gh, it is indicated that the students are named Kwarteng Edward, Osei Kwabena Afriyie, Oppong Davis Owusu and they all come from the Paul Nsiah House.
It is further indicated that on the very day the goat was bought, the students made mention of the fact that they would not allow it to see the next day and interestingly, they made sure the goat was stolen from its owner.
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