Quick money schemes have been rampant in the country for a while now and this has caused lots of panic amongst many citizens of the land
In a recent report by Angel TV news, a 31 year old trader by the name of Prince Acquah has taken the life of his own son in dramatic fashion.In a more detailed report, Mr. Prince was in a tight relationship with his girlfriend whom he had a 5 year old son with.
His girlfriend also revealed that he normally assured her that they were going to get rich in no time and that their current poor lifestyle was a temporary phase of their life
Little did she know that Prince had intentions of using their son for his long meditated money ritual procedure.After coming back from work on that given day, Prince Acquah sent his girlfriend on an errand and later pushed the little boy from a storey build in which they lived killing him instantly
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