- Seth Omari Boateng, a gentleman in his teens who lives at Pantang stole a ring from a jewellery shop he was sent to buy a chain from
- For the past one week, he has been unable to take the ring off his finger and it has started decaying in addition
- A spiritualist from Benin who was asked about the ring indicated that it was spiritually fortified
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A teenager living at Pantang who identifies himself as Seth Omari Boateng has his finger decaying after reportedly stealing a ring that he did not suspect was spiritual.
In a report by Adom TV, Seth opened up saying he took the ring a week ago from a jewellery shop where he was sent to buy a chain and it has given him several sleepless nights since then.
From the moment Seth put the ring on his finger, it never came off again no matter how hard he tried.
A spiritualist from Benin who was asked about the ring indicated that it was spiritually fortified.
This comes weeks after another gentleman who appeared to be in his late teens got 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 was 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.
Away from rings and spirituality, Prince Kwesi Ofori, a young man who graduated from the Aburi Secondary Technical School now sells buffloaf, popularly known as 'boflot', to fend for himself.
In an interview with YEN.com.gh's Nanaday, Prince indicated that this is not the first menial job he has engaged in as he previously worked as a security guard, waiter, mason, driver's 'mate', and shoe trader.
When asked why he has been in a business dominated by women for the past two years, the hardworking young man indicated that he picked up the 'boflot' trade from his mother.
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