Video:Alleged Sakawa Boys Throw All Their Money On The Street After Mallam Gave Them A Week To Live
By HarrySports | self meida writer
Published 22 days ago - 21550 views
Day in day out, a lot of controversies happens all over the world and this news is no surprise.
A group of boys were spotted spraying huge sum of money on the streets.
According to reports from Gossip 24, a group of boys had no option than to spray all their money on the streets when they were allegedly informed by a mallam that, if they don’t do it they will die in a week time.
From the language of the person who recorded the video, you could hear that she’s speaking pidgin which means this event could have occurred at Nigeria.
According to the reporter, immediately you take the money you swap your destiny and life with them, therefore giving them long life and prosperity on earth.
This is pure wickedness, why would you go in for quick money and then except others to suffer from it.
The lord our God will deal with them if this were really their intentions.
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