CLOSE DOWN MEDIA HOUSES THAT DO ADVERTISEMENT FOR MONEY RITUALS AND MONEY DOUBLING TO CURB SOCIAL VICES IN THE COUNTRY.
Bismark Kwabla Kpobi, a concerned Citizen of Ghana has sent a message to president Nana Akufo-Addo and media committee by stating that: If care is not taken, soon people will be sacrificing parents, siblings and friends publicly to making monies through any available means after two boys murdered 10 year old boy at Kasoa, and called on them to close down some media houses with immediate effect.
He said the issues of two 16 years old boys murdering a boy of 10 years to doing money rituals should awake the government and the neccessary stakeholders concerned in preserving our morals and culture values in the country.
According to him, daily advertisements of mallams, priests and juju people boasting of their powers to doubling monies and making luxuries for interesting victims must be clamped down now before our children and youth venture into such stuffs.
He said Ghanaians know that there is no money rituals without blood sacrifice before, during or after, and many vehicular accidents happening on the major roads in the country cannot be isolated from such blood monies used to purchasing those vehicles hence the evil spirits hunting for bloods in returns.
"I am calling on the government and the media committee in parliament to as a matter of urgency revoke the licenses of all those media stations who in their quest to making profits assist these juju men and women in advertising their activities" he said.
Picture of the two 16 years boys.
He questioned that for how long will it take Ghana before they come to the conscious state that such evil adverts and programs aiding the criminal activities happening all around us in Ghana?
"Partners murdering their partners , children killing or denying their parents all because some evil demonic prophets or Juju men telling them their problems are from those people. If nothing at all, let us learn from the Tanzanian president late Paul Magufuli who sanitised their media activities to curb vices in his country" he added.
According to him, "the numerous mushrooms TV stations and radio stations into such activities must be worked on now before our future leaders all get destroyed because they looking for shortcut to making riches for living luxurious lifestyles".
He however, questioned again that how can normal youth of less than age 40 wants to live and drive vehicles people of above 40 years achieved?
"Our churches too are part because they deviated from preaching morals and values by venturing into miracles and only prosperity messages and ignoring salvation messages of repentance and good character and name" he jabbed.
He finally concluded that it is not too late now, government and communication and information Ministry must act now to saving the country Ghana from such evil news headlines.
See screenshot of the message trending on social media.
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