A video circulating on the social media today which has gotten a lot of people talking has spotted an alleged Sakawa boy losing sight while stepping out of a shoprite. From the video the young man was seen coming out from the shoprite with the items he bought.
It was spotted that the guy was walking without seeing anything where the security men run to him and ask him why and he told them he is blind. "I can't see anything" he replied the security men. The people moving out of the shoprite were shocked seeing the young man in such situation.
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Many people have attributed his blindness to juju someone has used on him but there is no evidence backing such allegation. The video has received a lot of reactions from the social media users. It rather unfortunate seeing the youth of today engaging in such practices. As the saying goes 'money is the root of all evil'. The incident happened in one of the State in Nigeria. Share with us your view using the comment section below and don't forget to share to other people
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