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Times have really changed, hard work and diligence are just a drop in the ocean when it comes to achieving success. This struggle has created mystic avenues that many Ghanaians are taking advantage of in order to accrue instant wealth.

Money rituals in Ghana has become populous with even posters erected all around the city.

One of Nkrumah?s Blood Money Is Accra-Tema Expressway

Instant money rituals in Ghana are rampantly gaining fame with many Ghanaians turning it into a lucrative business. The craze does not stop here, we have heard of free money rituals in Ghana. Here is some of the common rituals that have been used to rob Ghanaians blindly of their fortunes unknowingly.

Some of the rituals paint a graphic picture since it involves mystic and devious methods that are quite unheard of. This is one of the most common ritual that was in use during the first phase of money making rituals in Ghana. Put some cash notes in a small bag and tightly seal. Exhale and inhale for some time to clear your thoughts and get into the mood. It is believed that when you open your eyes the money in the sack would have multiplied. After the sexual encounter, the clients are supposed to collect the vaginal fluids of the women.

The more women the clients sleep around with the more rewards they accrue. After an unspecified period of time, the clients are called in to collect their rewards. This ritual has been in use in most of the popular money ritual shrines in Ghana.

Clients visiting the shrines are ordered to look to mysterious items that are hard to come by. Many have ordered to look for a black virgin goat without blemish, a headless hen and other creepy items. They are then to return after a certain period of time to claim their rewards. Most of the money rituals places in Ghana sell the candles that occur in different colors.

Each color has a specific function. Gold is used for rituals for money in Ghana. After some time when the spell fails, the clients are required to carry out the procedure all over again.

The clients recite positive affirmations as they visualize what they hope to accomplish.Not for rational Africans who believe in their own country. In fact, they are surely far from values the People of Ghana as a group can depend on. Aagbe Wo They are killing us! When the first leg of the Accra-Tema Motorway ATM was opened 6 months ahead of schedule 51 years, the 19,m mile dual carriage highway was the first of its kind in all of West Africa.

It still is the only kind in Ghana, never yet duplicated. Needless to say, the Accra-Tema Motorway has continued to be the busiest stretch of highway in Ghana, connecting cities, towns, and villages to Accra the capitaland to Tema the primary industrial hub of the country. Ivoire, Mali, Nigeria, etc. In fact, more recent estimates put the AADT at more than 30, vehicles.

Kwame Nkrumah and his CPP government.

mallam sika

But this essay is not just about the economic value of the Accra-Tema Motorway. Today, any village idiot understands what an original ATM Automatic Teller Machine does — give out money you yourself earned by working hard. The village idiot understands how the Accra-Tema Motorway is figuratively of that same kind, in very important, tangible respects — the highway gives Ghanaians uncounted, constant benefits because Nkrumah and his CPP government invested in a plan some said, and still say, produced prestige projects.

The benefits were tangible inand they are still tangible and substantial today. We now know that they did not throw away prestige projects when they fabricated stories and destroyed national records and archives. When they threw away, among other elements, transportation and circulation plans that would have capitalized and built on the success of the Accra-Tema Motorway and given Ghana a national highway standard that would have largely prevented the traffic, circulation, and safety chaos currently bedeviling transportation and circulation in the Accra-Tema region, and in many other places in Ghana, today.

Note that a runway is always a 1-Way Road, though reversible for operations, if necessary. It cost about GBP3, As such, there are approximately 63 1,footers or 63 M each way. To the point, most aircraft landing in Kumasi could also take-off on the Kwame Nkrumah ATM Sika Duro where there are straight segments equal to, or more than 1,M ftif the roadway was cleared of all obstructions.

It is one of many such prestige project all over Ghana! Charles Kwaku Amoo-Asante. Tema Motorway?The economic difficulty facing the country may be daunting even as measures are being instituted by the government in a frantic attempt to straighten aspects of national life.

The private sector has definitely been affected in no small measure. Some companies have folded up, while others have had to cut down on staff strength among other measures to deal with the challenges.

In spite of the general depression that seems to have engulfed the nation, one group of people claim to be providing an easy way out for those who accept their offer. For some time now, there has been an upsurge in the activities of mallams and spiritualists on radio, television and outdoor publicity. It is not uncommon nowadays to tune in to radio or a TV channel to hear mallams and spiritualists advertising and trumpeting the potency of their claims. A year-old entrepreneur, Kofi Adom, not real name told the Daily Graphic that he heard of one of these lotto mallams on radio, picked up the cell phone number advertised and decided to visit him.

After answering, he was directed to a pot containing water and some herbs where he was asked to wash his hands three times and in the process, speak out his problems. Finally, he met with the mallam who gave him two numbers to go and stake but the mallam warned that he should never disclose the lotto numbers to anyone else the spirits would not work. While there, Kofi said, he met another young man who had come with a fat envelope which he gave to the mallam.

When he was leaving, Kofi said he approached the young man and engaged in a conversation with him in the course of which he told him Kofi that he came to show appreciation to the mallam after he consulted him and successfully won a huge sum from the lottery. When the numbers were called later that day, only one of the numbers came.

Kofi said he regretted his actions because he had been left poorer than he was before visiting the Mallam. However, there are persons who phoned into radio programmes testifying that they had consulted some of these mallams and had had their fortunes turned around.

But Ghanaians have been urged to be wary of mallams and spiritualists who appear in the media claiming to have powers that could make people rich overnight. These claimants have been described as charlatans and fraudsters waiting to take advantage of people. The four described the upsurge in publicity in the media by persons claiming to have the powers to perform miracles as worrying and asked Ghanaians to be on their guard.

They only come to exploit and devour. Run away from them.

mallam sika

There are genuine Mallams but those ones do not advertise. They are causing havoc to the people. The media, especially radio and television, have in recent times been broadcasting adverts from different categories of persons who claim to have spiritual powers to perform miracles, especially making people rich overnight.

He said a section of Muslim scholars were specialists in certain mystical aspects of the religion and they normally tapped into those mystical powers to bring solutions to the needs of people in the Moslem community. But the African quest for supernatural solutions to all problems, he said, had led to some mallams gaining prominence because they claim to do a whole lot of supernatural things.

There are some Mallams who claim they can kill.

‘Yan uwa 6 a kaduna sun shafe shekaru uku a tsare saboda sun je zaman Ashura

That is totally immoral and unethical. It discourages hard work and promotes corruption. In the view of Bishop Adjei, it was an indication of the end time, saying people had become so self-centred that they would go to any length to find solutions to their problems. Mr Kpoor, in prescribing solutions, said the people of Ghana ought to be conscientised to know that they needed to use a more scientific approach when dealing with them.

mallam sika

There are some mysteries but our present economic situation is our own doing. DCOP Ampah Bennin called on the various media houses to be cautious so that in the quest to rake in revenue, they do not give their platforms to those charlatans to deceive Ghanaians.

Sheikh Shaibu said as part of efforts to address the issue, the Islamic Council would engage scholars genuine Mallams whose speciality was in that domain to study the value of the services of those claiming to have instant transformational powers to expose their deception to all Ghanaians.

Bishop Ben Adjei said Jesus Christ still remained the answer in all situations and urged Ghanaians to trust in God and also work hard rather than depending on charlatans.Their killing on March 31st,is the new normal since the killing in of Akum Julius and his colleagues who went on the streets to protest their marginalization by the French Cameroun colonial government. Click here to listen to Dr. The four innocent boys killed at Eyumojock in Manyu County of the territory were just part of the more than innocent British Cameroonians massacred in the month of Aprilby the sanguinary French Cameroun Militias who today are called occupational or colonial forces by the British Southern Cameroonians who have not ceased to show their disdain for them.

In the village of Ndu in the northern part of the territory, on the 12 March, Grand Mama Ngwafku Adama, in her late 70s or early 80s, was on her way to the fields, when the happy trigger Bulubeti Militias unleashed their French-paid cartridges on her. She committed no crime. From one of the close-ups, the image shows a dusty granny who must have whirled herself on the ground before finally giving up.

Although such images have failed to prick the global community to end the genocide, it no doubt has everlasting psychological effect on the victims who watched the action unfold. Many citizens who have witnessed such barbarism have died from the shock afterwards. Such was the case of Mr.

Ngwa Peter, from Bafut, whose son was shot in front of him, and forced to watch him bleed to death by the French Cameroun Bulubeti Militias. Granny Ngwafku was not the only woman or farmer killed this Marchby the trigger-happy colonial French Cameroun forces.

Five innocent boys on their way to the farm in Ngie Village, Momo County of British Cameroun were slaughtered by the soldiers.

In addition to killing innocent youths in Weh in Menchum County, an innocent mother was massacred, claiming she was sympathetic to British Southern Cameroon decolonization. Such was the case still in Wum where French Cameroun-funded local militia groups butchered many. The French Cameroun colonially-imposed administrators provide them weapons and protection.

When caught by an incensed population like in Old Town, Bamenda, the colonial administrators tried in vain to deny their Atrocities. The population was unbending on the truth, insisting no other forces did the killing of one of theirs, but the French Cameroun militias, who continue to rape, burn and loot all over the territory of British Cameroon.

Below is their attempt to deny their genocidal act at Old Town Bamenda. With more than 20, killed so far, close to 80, registered refugees in Nigeria, the world must insists on a ceasefire through an inclusive dialogue that examines the root causes of the conflict. As the days go by, hopes for any peaceful co-habitation between these former two UN-Mandated Trust Territories, are dissipating. While conflicts of unique origins and identities in Europe like in Yugoslavia have been handled through democratic means in which a vote has been called for to ask the wishes of those questioning their sense of being, in Africa and the rest of the third world, economic interests of the UN-member states have taken precedence irrespective of the rivers and streets flowing with innocent human blood.

Their values of freedom, justice, equality and democratic accountability like most Anglophone cultures worldwide have been decimated by the French Cameroun authorities and citizens who believes in strong individuals rather than institutions in the functioning of the state. The UN that coerced the British Territory into such false union has remained mute to the complete annexation of the once proud territory.

French values like language, governance and centralization have been imposed on the territory; all violating the terms of the UN-brokered union in It is time for the UN and the United States to end the conflict through a negotiated solution.

These killings once again show the intransigent nature of French Cameroun as they have violated and disobeyed every global step to end the conflict. The UN scribe and the Pope, called for a global ceasefire to enable the world handle the deathly Covid, but French Cameroun has continued to show that she is not only more deathly than the virus, but is above global laws and authorities.

The bloodshed has to end now. For more on the history of the British Southern Cameroons, click here. For the Killings sinceClick here. A few weeks back, this media organ warned the world of the potential danger of the Covid reaching the cramped prisons in French Cameroun. The greatest fear was the Nkondengui Prison where more than prisoners are cramped into an initial space for about Reports coming from the prison today 13 April, say four inmates died there in two days. Testing later reveal a Covid positive inmate.

Commotion erupted in the prison as the other prisoners believe it was a matter of time for them to be infected and probably die. The French Cameroun authorities as usual have sent in their brutal military to suppress the fear-stricken prisoners. You can also read it here.Nearly 20, wildlife farmsraising species including peacocks, civet cats, porcupines, ostriches, wild geese and boar have been shut down across China in the wake of the coronavirus, in a move that has exposed the hitherto unknown size of the wildlife farm industry.

Until a few weeks ago wildlife farming was still being promoted by government agencies as an easy way for rural Chinese people to get rich. But the Covid outbreak, which has now led to over 1, deaths and more than 72, known infections, is thought to have originated in wildlife sold at a market in Wuhan in early December, prompting a massive rethink by authorities on how to manage the trade.

China issued a temporary ban on wildlife trade to curb the spread of the virus at the end of January and began a widespread crackdown on breeding facilities in early February. The current version of the law is seen as problematic by wildlife conservation groups because it focuses on utilisation of wildlife rather than its protection.

The SFGA regulates both farming and trade in terrestrial wildlife, and quotas of wildlife products — such as pangolin scales — allowed to be used by the Chinese medicine industry. How can they achieve that? But little was known about the scale of the wildlife farm industry before the coronavirus outbreak, with licensing mainly regulated by provincial and local-level forestry bureaus that do not divulge full information about the breeding operations under their watch.

A report from state-run Xinhua news agency on 17 February revealed that from — the forestry administration only issued 3, breeding and operation licenses at the national level.

But since the outbreak at least 19, farms have been shut down around the country, including about 4, in Jilin province, a major centre for traditional Chinese medicine. About 3, wildlife-farming operations were shuttered in Hunan province, 2, in Sichuan, 2, in Yunnan, 2, in Liaoning, and 1, in Shaanxi. There is little detail available about the animals farmed across China, but local press reports mention civet cats, bamboo rats, ostriches, wild boar, sika deer, foxes, ostriches, blue peacocks, turkeys, quails, guinea fowl, wild geese, mallard ducks, red-billed geese, pigeons, and ring-necked pheasants.

Neither do reports offer much detail about the shutdowns and what is happening to the animals, although Blake said he does not think animals are being culled, due to issues over compensation.

Chen Hong, a peacock farmer in Liuyang, Hunan, said she is concerned about her losses and whether she will get compensation after her operations were suspended on 24 January. Read more from original article on Guardian UK. Currency exchange rates in NGN on April 17, Search for:. Follow Us On Facebook. Convert Other Currency currency converter. One 1 Naira to Other Currency Live!The senior brother of Yaw Asamoah, the year-old boy who reportedly went mad after refusing to sleep with a mad woman as part of rituals supposed to make him wealthy has allegedly set ablaze the house of the ritualist who promised to make his brother rich the easiest way.

He earlier threatened to behead the ritualist for deceiving his brother who he claimed stole an amount of GHC 2, to pay for the services of the said ritualist. Yaw Asamoah according to information gathered by Nyankonton Mu Nsem has been delivered from his madness.

He and some two other friends went to see one Nana Sika to help them become rich. The three claimed they could no longer stand the economic hardship hence their decision to see the ritualist for help. They were asked to pay GHC 2, each as fee for the rituals.

Yaw Asamoah was asked to sleep with a mad woman while his other friends were asked to sleep with a dog and the other to bring the blood of victims involved in a road accident. However, Yaw Asamoah failed to obliged to the order leading to his madness. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Tags assigned to this article:. No comments Write a comment. No Comments Yet! You can be first to comment this post! Click here to cancel reply. Close Window Loading, Please Wait!

This may take a second or two.Times have really changed, hard work and diligence are just a drop in the ocean when it comes to achieving success.

mallam sika

This struggle has created mystic avenues that many Ghanaians are taking advantage of in order to accrue instant wealth. Money rituals in Ghana has become populous with even posters erected all around the city.

Instant money rituals in Ghana are rampantly gaining fame with many Ghanaians turning it into a lucrative business. The craze does not stop here, we have heard of free money rituals in Ghana. Here is some of the common rituals that have been used to rob Ghanaians blindly of their fortunes unknowingly.

Some of the rituals paint a graphic picture since it involves mystic and devious methods that are quite unheard of. This is one of the most common ritual that was in use during the first phase of money making rituals in Ghana. Put some cash notes in a small bag and tightly seal. Exhale and inhale for some time to clear your thoughts and get into the mood. It is believed that when you open your eyes the money in the sack would have multiplied.

After the sexual encounter, the clients are supposed to collect the vaginal fluids of the women. The more women the clients sleep around with the more rewards they accrue. After an unspecified period of time, the clients are called in to collect their rewards. This ritual has been in use in most of the popular money ritual shrines in Ghana.

Clients visiting the shrines are ordered to look to mysterious items that are hard to come by. Many have ordered to look for a black virgin goat without blemish, a headless hen and other creepy items. They are then to return after a certain period of time to claim their rewards. Most of the money rituals places in Ghana sell the candles that occur in different colors. Each color has a specific function.

Gold is used for rituals for money in Ghana. After some time when the spell fails, the clients are required to carry out the procedure all over again.


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