First ever Sakawa church opens in Ghana

Sakawa is the euphemism for ritual money and it’s a practice which is looked down on in the Ghanaian society yet it is practiced secretly by mostly the youth who is in search of quick and easier wealth.

A church has officially opened in Ghana and is calling for more members and from what we gather, the specialty of the church is ritual money.

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From the video, the pastor is seen chanting and invoking for money whiles the members hold red burning candles and chanting along with him.

Interestingly, there are both the young and the old in the church and the official dress code for the church is either red or black.

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Considering how religious most Ghanaians are, it’s surprising that such a church has been opened in Ghana and openly calling for new members to join them.

Ghpage.com has not yet determined the location of this new Sakawa church in Ghana but we will definitely find them and bring you more videos of their activities soon. Stay With Ghpage.com

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In the meantime, watch a video of the new Sakawa Church calling for more members below

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3 COMMENTS

  1. Oh my God … the end time is very near hmmmmm God should have mercy on some Ghanaian soul.am sad for innocent people among them

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