18-year-old SHS student wants to quit occultism after narrating harrowing details

18-year-old SHS student wants to quit occultism after narrating harrowing details

A Senior High School final year student, identified only as Alex, is currently on the lookout for a way out of occultism, after being initiated into the act some years back.

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The 18-year-old, narrating his story, said he became an occultist after an encounter with a strange man he once met while on his way to church.

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Explaining further, Alex said the old man gave him a specially-made chain and convinced him that he could have anything he wished for if he commands.

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Speaking on Asempa FM, he recounted how he was initiated into occultism, saying: “Just as I was about to enter the church, this old man approached me and asked for money for food – I gave him my offering money and he gave me a chain made with cowries and asked me to say anything I need and it will be done.”

According to him, the mysterious old man immediately vanished after handing him the chain, and he has since not sighted him.

He further narrated that he began to exercise a lot of power, and even helped his friends to charm girls of their choices.

“In the beginning, it was very exciting using the powers because I used it to help my friends win girls who hitherto did not yield to their proposals. I also helped people to defraud foreigners (a practice popularly known as Sakawa), and I can disappear anytime I want to.

…I can be in class and disappear because the dwarfs and marine spirits need me – I’m now confused and need urgent help,” he cried out.

The teenager is, however, looking for a way out of his current predicament, having grown tired of practicing as an occultist.

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