Ghanaian Sakawa Boy dead after his ignorant mother killed a snake he turned into to vomit money

A Ghanaian based internet fraudster has given some more details about the criminal act that is fast becoming the main source of wealth for guys.

His revelations includes how a friend he was into the game with lost his life after his mother who clearly knows nothing about the act killed a snake he turned into.

The man identified as Samson made the revelations during an interview with SVTV Africa’s ‘Naked Truth’ and Speaking about the victim, he said:

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“Every game boy at Taifa, Mile 7 knows Makaveli. Dog sperm turned into a snake and his mother killed him but she didn’t know. Taifa boys know this,” Sampson recounted.

Sampson further made it clear there is more to the game than just being behind the keyboard chatting a client because one needs spiritual backing to really make it.

“You must not continue taking from one client for too long. After you get the money, move on to another person. The mallam will give you two or three months to make money from a client. So, you need to set a target and make that money before the time is up. If you continue with the client, trouble,” he revealed.

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He also alleges high profile personalities alongside churches and NGO’s help them with bank transactions at a profitable percentage.

“I can mention some popular musicians who are in this game. Our clients send the money through their accounts and they take 20 percent. That is what they spend on flashy cars.

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“We use NGO accounts and churches are under NGO and they are in this game with us. I don’t want to mention names but they are well-known pastors. Calculate 20 percent of 4 million dollars.” He concluded

Godsway Charles Tudi is a senior editor at from Akatsi in the Volta region of Ghana. I am a graduate of the University of development studies with a degree in journalism from the Ghana Institute of Journalism. At, trust is our number one priority. We fact-check all our stories before posting.

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