A Guinean man identified as Ousmane Soro, has made headlines following his decision to share photos and videos of his shrine.
YEN.com.gh gathered that Ousmane Soro, a young man who doesn't see anything wrong with flaunting his rich lifestyle on social media, may be getting his wealth from 'juju'.
While dressed in a red outfit complete with a red scarf, Ousmane decided to show off his secret 'money maker', a shrine filled with red candles and red materials and cowries.
The young man posted several videos and photos of himself, showing the money he may have gotten from his 'secret chamber'. There was cash of different denominations, which Ousmane stuffed in his mouth before posing for the camera.
Sharing the photos of him in his shrine, Ousmane wrote:
"Money is money it is who is not who talks a lot if not us family of zamou gang we are up for success so the money here is not a problem with us the sun is off, the day is on our way, the moon is our light of success, all the incantation are in nentir, we are the lords of the night gold the money the world is in our palm. ��"
See his posts below:
He shared some videos of his shrine with the caption "Water Lav purpose money rand but clean it Need to Know the secret of money thank you to my voodoo to my 777 Genie continuing to vomit money ... I am # king _ the Zamou not for laughs the sacred mostre...Zamou ❌ gang. Succeed or die...Money or more".
See the videos below:
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