Sakawa Boys Spotted Spraying Money Into A River As They Chant And Wash Their Faces With The Water (Video)


The activity of sakawa menace in Ghana is quite disguising but still in real life as young men and women use this simple route to escape from poverty and ‘live large’ amongst their peers.

The term sakawa is used to refer to voodooism used in conjunction with cyber fraud but the term has evolved to mean money rituals with or without cyber-related activities.

In the video we have for you, the unidentified guys could be seen chanting and spraying cash while taking turns to wash their faces with the water. The video has evoked a lot of reactions on social media as people keep wondering why energetic men like these dudes don’t work legitimately for money.

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But then, looking at how our system is f*cked up with the vast unemployment staring at the youth in the face on a daily basis, others argued that’s there is nothing wrong with looking for alternatives like what they are doing.

Watch the video;

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