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Kwesi Pratt Reacts To Kasoa Sakawa Issue, Says It Shouldn't Be Related To Religion

AgyarkwahJustice(nanabagist)
By AgyarkwahJustice(nanabagist) | self meida writer
Published 6 days ago - 4935 views

Recently, two teenagers was convicted by the police with the case of murder. These two teenagers killed the victim who is 10 years old for money rituals which has gone wrong. Many have reacted after this incident was made known. According to Ghanaians have noted that this murder is due to the advertisement that have showing on TV station concerning how to get quick money which has lured many youth in the country into "juju" and occultism.

Following this, a popular Ghanaian renowned journalist, Kwesi Pratt has reacted to the killing of the 10 years old boy and the views of Ghanaians on the case. I'm his views, this issue should not be related to religion. According to him, if these two young were able to plan to kill someone, why should it be related with religion.

"It will be important if we separate religion from crime. What's going on has nothing to do with religion. This is not religion. This is plain faced criminal activity". He noted this on peace FM

Don't you think Kwesi Pratt is right this time? Although this can seen as a cause of quick money adverts on TV stations but it should not be too related to religion.

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