For about sometime now, there have been a ban on the advertisement of platform money doubling popularly known as sika gari on tv stations or radio stations after the Kasoa incident, where a boy was killed by his friends for money ritual after being influenced by a fetish priest on tv.
Even Nana Agradaa, who is one of the famous money doublers in the country came out to say that all those doing money doubling on tv are all fake after she repeated from being a fetish priest.
This evening, it has been reported by Angel Fm’s evening news that a 32 years old man called Hanford Kwasi kyeremeh, who is a cocoa middleman has been arrest and sent to the Bibiani district court for using the money for cocoa farmers to engage in money doubling. And apparently, he was scammed by the mallam, who was carry out the process.
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