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RSN™ SCAM NEWS: ‘Money Ritual Snake’ Strangles Sakawa Boy Scammer To Death In Ghana

A Sakawa boy in Damongo in the Northern Region of Ghana has been strangled to death by a ritual python, MyNewsGH.com has learned.

The Sakawa boy whose name is yet to be given allegedly procured the python from a Ritualist from the Tamale Metropolis ostensibly for the reptile to vomit money for him after some number of days.

MyNewsGH.com was told by eyewitnesses that the late Sakawa boy failed to follow the steps he was given by his ritualist before approaching the snake in a black box he was given.

Realizing the danger he was in as the snake was making attempts to attack him when he freed it, he ran out with the box by which time the snake had coiled itself around his wrists and made for his neck.

Bystanders videoed the incident afraid or unable to help out of fear for the spiritual repercussion.

This is not the first time Sakawa boys have died under such circumstances.

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