According to a video moving round the social media, the two individuals were taken back to their’supposed’ shrine after their arrest, where they engaged in their fraudulent activities while being searched by some police personnel.
When the cops arrived, they noticed that the two had decorated the area to give the impression that they were indeed “mallams” who could support people with their spiritual problems.
The police also discovered a small coffin and a cabinet, which they believe the two young men used to defraud people in order to provide them with “money rituals.”
Some ‘fake’ Ghana Cedis notes were also found inside the coffin and the drawer, suggesting the two exchange the real money one provides as a ‘seed’ for the money ritual with some fake Cedi notes.
Ghanaians has decided to fight against these fake mallams who are pressuring the youth in engaging in all sort of social vices with the aim of getting rich at the shortest possible time.
Recently, a lactating priestess was arrested in the role she played in the murder of a 10 year-old boy at Kasoa after she allegedly encourage two teenagers to present to her some human parts and an amount of 5,000 Ghana Cedis to make them billionaires.
The boys were arrested by the Kasoa Divisional Police Command after a tip-off from a neighbor who suspected the boys were engaging in a ‘fishy’ activity.
The two has since be remanded into police custody for two weeks to assist the police with their investigations.
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