A 12 year old young boy has been arrested after attempting to engage himself in money rituals in Akyem Nsutam. The young boy who is believed to be from Kade travelled all the way to Akyem Nsutam to visit a traditionalist named Indian Power to help him make money quick. This news was shared and published by Onua TV and it have attracted many reactions on the internet.
Speaking to the media, the 13-year-old revealed he is an orphan and a dropout who needed the money to learn a trade. He, however, couldn’t provide any contacts to trace him to his guardian(s).According to him, he got the contact address of Indian Power on television. The act of traditionalist showcasing money on the TV have been rampant and appalling.
The Abuakwa South District Police Commander, confirmed the story on Onua TV and said after making a police extract, they referred the matter to the Domestic Violence and Victims Support Unit (DOVVSU) of the police service since the boy is below 18 years. This case has again raised concerns on whether to abort or stop the telecast of traditionalist and Malians showcasing money and juju on the TV.
Conversation between Onua and the boy was posted by the media. Due to some difficulties, I am unable to post it here but you can follow this link to listen to it;
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