It is very sad on Adom TV this afternoon when a video of a young boy was shown trying and pleading for mercy as his finger is on the verge of tearing away from the rest of the fingers.
The victim confesses that he stole from a man who was selling a necklace, Chains and rings at the roadside of Pantai.
Seth Added that ever since he wore the stolen ring on his finger, he never had a good sleep at night.
"I sometimes weep all night as a result of the pains am going through after putting on the ring I stole. The ring is alleged to be a Sakawa Ring and it is tearing away my finger. My finger is on the verge of tearing and I have no money to go to the hospital or see any spiritualist who can save me. I need help, please"
Obi Dom bie Kwaku Adom Kumi asks the Assemblyman of the electoral area if anything was done to save Seth.
The Assemblyman confirmed that nothing has taken place since there is no money to send him to the hospital or to see a spiritualist.
This is very sad.
Below is the link to the video.
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