Luck eludes man in his early thirties as he tried to rob a mosque in Tamale.
Nowadays, many tricky people have resulted to Counting on the pity and good deeds of man to gain possessions.
They mostly present themselves as paupers in dire need of money, and when they get it from unsuspecting people, they move on to other groups of people.
This man was present in a mosque at Tamale, presenting himself to be a new convent of the Islamic religion.
Knowing the muslims to be good at delivering gifts to the poor and needy, he went to the mosque as he usually do in several other mosques to beg for alms.
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The caring congregants in the mosque received him wholeheartedly and contributed enough money for him.
Unfortunately for him, he was reported as a particular congregant remembered him from a mosque he has earlier on attended.
The man reported him and his joy turned to sadness. With some few slaps from some angry congregants, he admitted that he was not a genuine believer.
He was set free and warned not to indulge himself in such acts anymore. He was lucky not to have been lynched.
Do you think the congregants were to do more harm to him aside the slaps?
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