The activities of spiritual dealers who are popularly known as mallams have been highly criticized by Ghanaians in recent times. Though some people show interest in the activities of these mallams, others have shown massive displeasure as they spell out the negative effects that these spiritual dealers can bring to the society. Others have also stressed on the fact that, these spiritual dealers are not as genuine as they claim to be.
Currently, it seems like the loud voices of Ghanaians have been heard as the police and other responsible agencies have been seen embarking on operations to prevent these spiritual dealers from causing harm to any individual. Though some Ghanaians believe that these mallams should be totally eliminated from our societies, others also believe that they should be given the chance to operate under strict supervision.
In one of the operations of the police, two mallams were arrested and exposed as seen in a video. These mallams were known to have scammed most of their victims using counterfeit dollars and cedis. The police revealed that they were taking real money from their clients who will later receive fake money as money from the gods. In the video, the police exposed where they kept these counterfeit money which they used for deceiving their victims.
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