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Money Rituals And Juju Advertisement Should Be Banned On TV – Opanka

By: Ice Moni

Ghanaian Rapper, born Armstrong Affum, popularly known by his stage name Dadie Opanka, has called for the ban on Money rituals and juju advertisements that educates the people of Ghana the shortest way of getting money faster on all Television Stations

Dadie Opanka is a Ghanaian Rapper, Performer, Poet, Composer and a Songwriter from Tema, Ghana. One of the Ghana’s best Rhymer, he became popularly in Ghana by a freestyle he did on Bradez’ song “Simple” which went viral and he later followed the trend with an official single called “Taste” which also became hit Nationwide and till date, he’s the only Ghanaian young rapper with the Most Popular Freestyle Cover.

The rapper’s view is about the enormous incidence which has gone viral on all social media platforms after two young boys murdered a little boy for money rituals.

The motive of these two teenagers was to use the dead for money rituals and God being soo good, the two were arrested by the Police.

As stated by a report from the Ghana Police service, these young boys aged 16 and 17years murdered a 10 year old boy recognize only as Ishmael to death in an uncompleted building located in Lamptey Mills a suburb of Kasoa in the Central Region of Ghana.

The incident happened in April 3, 2021, between 5 and 6 pm Ghana time according to the reports.

The “Wedding Car” hitmaker Dadie Opanka is calling and pleading to the government on behalf of Ghanaians and the youth to put ban on all adverts on TV Stations that encourage money rituals as soon as possible.

Artwork by @jkhomezi

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