Man Reveals He Had Sex With 183 Women For Money Rituals
A 28-year-old Ghana man, Kwame Assenso, has confessed to sleeping with over 183 women for money rituals, sending the women in his country into a panic mode.
In a report by Daily Guide newspaper, Assenso, who is a gold dealer at Obuasi in the Ashanti Region, revealed that he used the vaginal fluids from the women to fortify his money rituals.
In an extensive confession, Assenso who said he is now a born again Christian, explained that in his quest for money and power, he was introduced to a native doctor at Navrongo in the Upper East Region, who gave him a money god.
Narrating how he came by his money, Assenso said that the native doctor instructed him to sleep with women and use the vaginal fluids of the victims to perform rituals for the blood money.
“It all started a year ago when I was introduced to this Mallam by my friends. I wanted to fortify my position as a gold dealer and get more money as well. He helped me out by giving me a money god which needed the vaginal fluids of women.
I paid each of the women between GHc 300 and GHc 500 for a night’s encounter, which all happened at my residence in Obuasi. But I met this prayerful woman and brought her home for sex one night and that turned out to be the end of the road for me.
I had just came out of the shower to meet her praying, an act which made me motionless.
I asked why she was praying, and she replied that it was nothing. I could not touch her and since then, till my deliverance, I experienced nightmares,” he disclosed.
Assenso narrated that he began experiencing recurrent nightmares, and therefore went to a powerful man of God in that country, Prophet Kofi Sarfo, the General Overseer of the Covenant Life Church for spiritual intervention, where he made the startling revelation of the blood money and the number of women he preyed upon.
Assenso asked the victims of his blood money for forgiveness and pledged to use the proceeds to help the poor, professing that he had turned over a new leaf.
“Our women like money and I want them to know that not all that glitters is gold. They should be careful and not cheapen themselves for money,” he concluded.