The Ghana Police Service has captured two young fellows who acts like 'mallams' to extortion individuals of the cash. The two people after the capture were returned to their 'assumed' altar where they take part in their false exercises by some police personals to look through the spot.
Upon appearance, the police noticed the two has to be sure brightened the spot to cause one to accept that undoubtedly they are 'mallams' and can assist one with tackling their profound issues.
The police likewise recovered a little casket and a cabinet which as indicated by them, the two youngsters uses to extortion individuals in point of giving 'cash ceremonies' for them.
Some 'phony' Ghana Cedis notes were likewise found inside the casket and the cabinet, proposing the two trade the genuine cash one gives as a 'seed' for the cash custom with some phony Cedi notes.
Ghanaians has chosen to battle against these phony mallams who are constraining the adolescent in participating in such a social indecencies to get rich at the most brief conceivable time.
As of late, a lactating priestess was captured in the job she played in the homicide of a 10 year-old kid at Kasoa after she supposedly urge two teens to present to her some human parts and a measure of 5,000 Ghana Cedis to make them extremely rich people.
The young men were captured by the Kasoa Divisional Police Command after a hint from a neighbor who presumed the young men were taking part in a 'off-putting' action.
The two has since be remanded into police authority for about fourteen days to help the police with their examinations.
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