Kasoa murder: Kids wanted “pocket no dry” charm – Priestess reveals



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The Two teenagers, aged 16 and 17 respectively, who allegedly murdered a 10-year old boy at Lamptey Mills, a suburb of Kasoa in the Central Region wanted to secure everlasting riches, popularly called ‘pocket no dry” charm, the fetish priestess has revealed.

The Eastern Region Police Command on Wednesday 7th April 2021 arrested a fetish priestess, Charity Mensah and one Desmond,  in connection with the murder of Ishmeal Abdallah Mensah in Amanase.

Preliminary investigations by the Police has revealed that the boys requested for “pocket no dry”, a charm that would make them enjoy eternal riches from the fetish priestess.

Meanwhile, renowned Traditional Priest, Nana Kwaku Bonsam, has revealed that there is nothing like ‘double money’ or “pocket no dry” in the spiritual world.

He noted that the self acclaimed money doublers are con men and women who have disguised themselves as fetish priestess and priestess to dupe innocent people.

” There is nothing like double money, pocket no dry etc. These fake spiritualists are only playing with the minds of people. As Spiritualists we can conjure money from the spiritual world, but we can never double money,” he added.

Commenting on the use of human blood for money rituals, Nana Kwaku Bonsam, noted that the blood of Goats, doves, cows and other special animals are used in the act and not the blood of humans.

The teenagers are currently on remand after appearing in Court on 6th April 2021..

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