RSN™ Special Report: First Official Sakawa ScammerScammer A Scammer or Fraudster is someone that engages in deception to obtain money or achieve another objective. They are criminals that attempt to deceive a victim into sending more or performing some other activity that benefits the scammer. Church Opened In Ghana [Video]

Sakawa, another word for ritual money and it’s a practice which is looked down on in the Ghanaian society yet it is practiced secretly by mostly the youth who is in search of quick and easier wealth.

A new church has officially opened in Ghana and is calling for more members from the Sakawa scammer community. From the evidence, the denomination of this church is Sakawa (money rituals).

From the video (below), you can see the pastor chanting and invoking money whiles the members hold red burning candles and chanting along with him. A typical Sakawa ritual – all while claiming to be a Christian church. Interestingly, there are both the young and the old in the church and the official dress code for the church is either red or black (also signs of Sakawa).

 

From the aerial view of the church, it is located in Accra.

Just More Evidence Of How Institutionalized Scamming Has Become In The Last 5 Years.

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