- John Mensah Sarbah revealed he consulted a spiritualist for money rituals (sikaduro) to impress his girlfriend
- He disclosed that the spiritualist (mallam) told him to bring GHc5000 and a white sheep
- He was also asked to eat a full chicken
- Sarbah sat for an interview with SVTV Africa's DJ Nyaami
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A Ghanaian professional barber, John Mensah Sarbah, has revealed why he had to consult a spiritualist for money rituals (sikaduro) to impress his girlfriend.
Sarbah told SVTV Africa's DJ Nyaami that he was working with the lady who eventually became his girlfriend.
As the relationship grew, he thought of marrying her but the lady declined, saying he had no money.
She told me she can't introduce me to her parents because I had no money,'' he said.
According to Sarbah, he was compelled to consult the spiritualist for money rituals to impress the lady.
I decided to go for money ritual. The mallam told me to bring GHc5000, a white sheep, and asked me to eat a full chicken without chewing the bones,'' he revealed.
I had no money then for the ritual, hence, I had to swindle people, he said.
I scammed with military recruitment protocol. They paid and I gave it to the mallam but it didn't work. He later told me my spirit does not like money so it won't work.''
Sarbah disclosed he has not been able to pay back those he cheated but hopes to pay back in due time.
Watch the full interview below:
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh previously reported millions across the world have marked Father's Day in celebration of their fathers and father figures for the special roles they play in their lives.
It appears fathers would get their share of what they deserve this time around as many went hard, loud, and clear with their love, messages, and gifts on Mother's Day.
Many have taken to social media to post pictures posing beside their fathers with heartwarming messages to celebrate them.
In a related story, Da' Hammer, born Edward Nana Poku Osei, has posed beside his birth father, sons, and other family members to mark Father's Day.
Millions throughout the world are observed Father's Day on June 20, 2021, in appreciation of their either birth fathers or father figures and their contributions to their lives.
Many have shared photos along with sweet messages to celebrate their fathers to mark the day.
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