‘There Is No Such Thing As Ritual Money’ – Kwaku Bonsam Uncovers Secrets of How Spiritualists Con People
The idea of seeking the quickest means to gain financial freedom is very common in this country. Approximately 8 out of 10 people are willing to try out either spiritual or con means to make money.
The sad reality has given room for con men to pose as spiritualists and just swindle people out of millions of cedis.
In recent times, there has been numerous reports of people murdering others to make money but end up in the grips of authorities like the kids in Kasoa.
Nana Kwaku Bonsam, a popular Ghanaian traditional priest, has poured scorn on claims that traditional priests can conjure money from thin air or double money for people.
Kwaku Bonsam disclosed in an interview that no traditional priest can boast that he/she can make someone rich through spiritual means.
He stressed that there is nothing like ritual money or money-doubling that ritualists are able to perform – all are scam.
The famous traditionalist went on to challenge his colleagues in the act to come out with proof if they claim they can double money or charm stacks of cash.
Nana Kwaku Bonsam however said there is a means where one can attain grace and favor to propel their lives to a higher level through the sacrifice of animals to deities but that is a form of prayer and believing you have received what you prayed for.
“Human blood is also not required. There is nothing we do with that and I have never requested it. Ritual killings do not work. The ritualists who say they need human parts are scammers who just want to dupe people,” Kwaku Bonsam also said.
Ending his interview, Kwaku Bonsam said if there was anything like money rituals, ritualists would have been millionaires in Africa and will be giving loans to countries.