A boy who reported himself to his Assembly member to appeal for help because a ring he still from a man who sells chains and ring shares his story.
Seth Omare Boateng the victim said sadly to Adom on fm in their afternoon news bulleting that he went his his friend to a Muslim man who sells rings and chains for his friend to buy some for him.
After buying the chain he stole a ring from the man's table which is said by one spiritualist to that that's what commands customers for the man.
After putting on the ring it got stuck on his hands and has been eating up the finger which has gotten it swollen.
Hon. Alex Obedeka the Assembly member of pantang electoral area upon hearing this invited a man from Benin who asked the about the ring and the boy confirmed it had been stolen about a week ago and he couldn't stand the pain anymore. The man mixed salt with water and poured on the hands of the victim to relief him.
They are appealing to any spritualist who can be of help to them to come to their aid.
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