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Wonders they say will never end! There is a trending story of a popular fetish priest on social media who has been scammed by a Ghanaian lady after he attempted to play a fast one on her.
The Facebook Mallam, Naa Tia who has been claiming the guru of all financial problems and is promising to solve all kinds of problems for people has been scammed.
The lady, Esi Akyen Ntiamoah was approached by Naa Tia in her inbox promising to solve her financial needs. He revealed he could give her $1000 if he sends $100 to her. It’s the popular double money he deals in.
The lady suspecting a scam told him he is willing to invest $100,000 for $1,000,000. But to be assured he is not a scam, she will send $100 to him and expect $1000. That will be a test to prove he is real.
Naa Tia who thought he has caught a mugu sent the money to her to catch a big fish. Things turned around quickly when Esi after receiving the money told Naa Tia she is no me interested in the deal.
Naa Tia who now claims he borrowed the money from the bank has been pestering her and pleading with her to return $900.
Read the full post from Esi Akyen Ntiamoah
“Four months ago, a guy came into my inbox. He introduced himself as Naa Tia, a spiritual guru from Northern Ghana, Tamale. He had some juicy offer me: “I help people succeed financially”.
“How do you do that?” I asked. “Oh, it’s easy; no sacrifices involved, just send me $1000, and same hour tomorrow, I will send you $10,000:’ he answered. I smiled, and said to myself, ‘this guy is playing with fire’
The chat continued, and at the end, I told him I could send him $100, 000 for him to make it $1,000,000 for me on condition that I would send him $100 first for him to send me $1,000 to prove his claim.
I sent him the $100 the following day, and within 48hours, he sent $1000. After receiving the money, I told him I wasn’t going to continue the deal, and boom!; thunder striked. He threatened me with hell and hades, but I ignored him.
This morning he entered my inbox again pleading that I should send back his $900 to him because the money he sent was a loan from a bank.
Should I send it to him? “