- The young boy from Kasoa named Emmanual Otabil who wore a 'sakawa' ring that nearly got him to lose his finger has finally spoken about his experience
- According to the gentleman, the viral reports about him are true and it was said that he needed a baby's blood to take the ring off
- However, Emmanuel has revealed that with the help of a powerful mallam, the ring has been taken off
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Emmanuel Otabil, the gentleman at Iron City in Kasoa, who went viral after he wore a ring that seemed to be 'eating' up his finger has disclosed that it has been removed now.
As YEN.com.gh earlier reported, the young man went to a gaming centre when a friend of his removed the ring and put it on a table and forgot about it.
Emmanuel, not knowing the ring was fortified with rituals, put it on, went home, and started experiencing pain when he slept with it on his finger.
In an interview with Angel TV, the young man recounted that his hands were swollen as a result, after the townsfolk tried to forcefully remove the ring with a saw.
Instead of falling off, the ring rather tightened around the young man's hand, penetrating deep into his bone.
The owner of the ring said that the blood of a newborn baby was required to remove the ring or the gentleman would lose his finger eventually.
However, according to Emmanuel, a powerful mallam came to his rescue and performed some rituals which eventually got the ring off his finger.
In another interesting YEN.com.gh report, a young man in Ghana has amazed many people on social media with an unbelievable display of strength after using his bare hands and teeth to remove coconut husks.
Coconut husks are usually too hard to peel off even with a knife, for which reason the best tool that is normally recommended is machetes.
In the video, the gentleman simply set his teeth on the coconut and used the strength in his teeth and jaw to briskly peel off the entire husk in a matter of seconds.
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