Sakawa boy to “die in two weeks”

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Kelvin Koranteng, a 26-year-old “Sakawa” boy based in the New Juaben Municipality in the Eastern Region, is reportedly set to die in “two weeks”.

A fetish priest who helped Koranteng become a millionaire told him that he had two weeks to live, according to a report by

Koranteng, popularly called KK, is quoted as saying that his friend introduced him to the fetish priest in Tamale after he struggled to survive as a car washer and later a bar attendant.

“The fetish priest sacrificed three goats and a fowl and also made some incantations for me. He then gave me a ring to put on anytime I sit behind the computer to fraud.”

He said after that ritual, he made a lot of money from internet fraud.

“I made a lot of money from internet fraud. I usually spend GH¢ 1,000 a day on ladies and friends. I have eight girlfriends who I make love to almost every week. Through fraud, I have gotten myself six expensive cars and three buildings situated in Accra and Koforidua respectively,” he said.

The fetish priest is said to have called Koranteng one evening that he should come for an urgent meeting in Tamale.

He reportedly got there only for the priest to tell him that it was time for him to perform his “real sacrifice”.

“I didn’t understand him. He gave me a knife to stab anyone I see in a mirror which was placed before me.

“Unfortunately for me, my lovely sister appeared in the mirror. I left the knife and told him I can’t do it. I decided to leave. But the fetish priest told me if I leave without killing my sister, I will die in two weeks’ time.”

Koranteng, according to the report, said he was confused because he could not kill his sister.

He is said to have also tried to return his money and property to fetish priest, but the man refused to take them.

“I want to tell my fellow youth out there that, they shouldn’t indulge themselves in internet fraud because it is very dangerous. Most of the claimed internet fraudsters sacrifice humans in order to get more clients and money.

“Ladies too should be careful of guys they take as their boyfriend because some them sacrifices their girlfriends for money rituals,” he was quoted as saying.


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Author: Tiko14

Welcome to my wORDpreSS. I am a Ghanaian who lives in Ghana and has a passion for Ghana, hence talks a lot about Ghana. I blog about entertainment, tourism, politics, arts, culture and football. I am in the media and have the advantage of working both in Accounting firms and I. T firms. I like divergent views so disagree with me but let’s not abuse each other. Enjoy the blog while you are here, your views and topics are most welcome.

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